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Posts by Amira Stanley (Page 2)

How to love yourself through the tough stuff!

During my five months as the Minister of Justice and Witness, I have had to love myself through many difficult moments. Probably the hardest moments in my 42 years of life! Loving yourself, even WHILE in a space that is unpleasant takes much awareness. To be self aware is to love yourself and others, that much more. As a MINDFULNESS EDUCATOR, Most…

FEAR OVER FAITH?

FEAR OVER FAITH? For me, there are times where FEAR is leading me, even when FAITH is sitting right there, waiting with an open hand to guide me along the way. Sometimes life feels so overwhelming with choices and decisions that we have no control over the outcome. Mindfulness and Meditation (M & M) are simple yet powerfully effective tools, when used…

TRANSGENDER AWARENESS WEEK!

MEET IDEN! At Clackamas United Church of Christ we want to shine a light of visibility on our transgender siblings whenever we can. In honor of November 20th, Transgender day of Remembrance, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to speak to the transgender people, that I am lucky enough to call friends and family, in hopes to normalize the conversations…

TRANSGENDER AWARENESS WEEK!

MEET MY HUSBAND! SANDER is My husband! When he began transitioning two years ago, I witnessed a new human emerge before my eyes. When transgender and non binary individuals have the space to live their truth, lives are being saved! Please join me as I share these few short minutes with my man, as he shares with us his story, in honor…

TRANSGENDER AWARENESS WEEK!

MEET JULIE JULIE is a non binary, transgender individual who’s superpower is COMPASSION. Speaking up themselves and marginalized people when needed is another quality I admire about Zir. At Clackamas United Church of Christ we want to shine a light of visibility on our transgender siblings whenever we can. In honor of November 20th, Transgender day of Remembrance, I thought it would…