Another election day is coming, and although there is no really big deal for us to vote on, I find just the idea of an election frightening, after the last one. How to deal with the feelings of anger and disappointment? Anger is supposedly one of the Seven Deadly Sins, but it happens to us all. How can we make it useful, rather than harmful?
Sarah Oelberg has been a special education teacher, has written special ed. curriculum for our U.S. Office of Education, was a faculty member at Yeshiva University in New York and at NYU, and trained special ed. teachers in Iowa. With all that experience, academia and wisdom under her belt, she followed her heart as the first in her six generation Unitarian family to become a UU minister. After serving churches in Nebraska and Minnesota, she retired in 2001. She has been married to Gerald for 56 years. They raised four children and have six grand- and four great-grandchildren. (Sarah Oelberg : 414-215-7308)