Speaker: Rev. Julianne Lepp
Sunday, July 31, 2016
The poet, Stanley Kunitz, reminds us that our histories, personal and
communal are composed of story, fact, and recollection. These bits of
personal archeology can provide the clues to our life. Sometimes we need to
reassemble those pieces, and others we need to leave them merely as litter
in our past. We work towards wholeness by having the courage to revisit and
embrace all the layers of our lives, denying none of them.