We Unitarians and Universalists speak often of social justice and organizing for social action. We seek to affirm and promote justice, equity, and compassion. We would like to help create a fairer and kinder world. Why? Because it seems only “right”? Is it an obligation and responsibility, or is there a deeper motivation? Perhaps there is a spiritual aspect to advocacy, a spirituality which motivates, comforts, and heals not only others but ourselves as well?