Text of a reflection/mini-sermon I gave as part of the Peterborough Unitarian Universalist Church Service of Gratitude on 11/25/18.
The summer solstice should be a time to cast away stones – and why that’s a good thing. The seeds that were silent all burst into bloom and decay, The night comes so quiet, it’s close on the heels of the day. -Robert Hunter, “Eyes of the World” The Tao Te Ching reminds us ofContinue reading “Solstice Sermon: Don’t show up early to be dead”
One of the interesting things about being thirty is that you’re still pretty young – the olds will tell you this in no uncertain terms, if it seems hard to believe yourself – yet you’ve managed to collect enough years that you can start making some larger observations. Not necessarily clearer ones or more definitiveContinue reading “Somewhere so High Above This Wall: A Secular Christian Sermon”