In traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi sabi is a worldview centered on the acceptance of the imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. As we end our month of exploring the theme of wholeness, we will use the teachings of wabi sabi to reflect on how we might … read more.
“Imitatio Christi”, Thomas Christopher:
“Like Barley Bending” by Sara Teasdale
“Remembering Jesus”, Thomas Christopher:
“A Unitarian Universalist Easter”, AJ van Tine:
In order to see the Big Picture, we must step way back. With an all-inclusive perspective, our perceptions become more-accurate. We may find surprises which affect us on a personal level, pointing us in new directions, and toward new actions.
Modern Unitarian Universalism is the result of two denominations (Unitarians, and Universalists) merging in 1961. What can we glean by holding up both sides of this heritage simultaneously, and in dialogue with each other?
“Meeting and Merging in Song”, Scott Youmans:
“Approaching Wholeness … read more.