The opposite of knowledge . . . isn't always ignorance. It can be wonder. Or mystery. Possibility.
From Rev. Sandra's Study
Autumn marks a dramatic and mysterious transition from summer to winter here in the Northeast. The daylight hours grow shorter, the evenings become cooler, leaves turn to oranges, golds, and reds, and Thanksgiving approaches.
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.—Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Our religious community is a place where we come to find connection.
We Unitarian Universalists consider ours a thinking person's religion. We use reason and science as sources of our faith. Yet we also exercise emotions. We love to laugh and have fun, and experience the fullness of our lives.
Darkness is recognized for having special gifts to offer us on our spiritual path. But we all know it’s easier to appreciate the darkness