This evocative Haiku written by Mizuta Masahide, a 17th century Japanese poet and samurai, is good metaphor as we journey through our Unitarian Universalist six sources and talk about “direct experience.”
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The world is challenging and at times we don’t know where to turn. The question for today is, Where do you find hope? If you were to write a letter about hope to younger generation(s), what wisdom would you offer? Email your letter (100-250 words) … read more.
As we delve into our Unitarian Universalist third source, wisdom from the world’s religions, we pull forward what informs us now. And, we ask how does it help us going forward.