Please join us this Sunday, June 26th at 10:00 a.m., for a service led by Sam Gugino.
How do you feel? Happy? Sad? Maybe you are so beleaguered you don’t feel anything. Psychologist Wayne Dyer says how you feel is more important than what you know. Because you could know a lot, or have a lot (money, possessions, success), but if you feel lousy, what’s the point? Alcohol, food, or drugs just cover up why you feel bad. Turning a bad feeling into a good one is important not only for you, but your friends, family and coworkers. And while there is no magic formula, you may be surprised at how many options you have.
Sam Gugino (goo-JEEN-oh) has been a chef, restaurant critic, wine columnist, and author of four cookbooks. He recently retired as contributing editor and columnist for Wine Spectator magazine. He has been a member of the Unitarian Society of Germantown since 2002, where he has served in a number of capacities including two terms as president of the Board of Trustees. Since his first sermon before his congregation six years ago, Sam has spoken at dozen other UU churches in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.