Haiku – a three phrase poem (17 syllables) capturing a particular moment, and a way of paying such careful attention to the world and the moment that our noticing is akin to prayer. Here are three Haiku from Japanese masters. Perhaps you will try writing one of your own...
- The hollyhocks
- Lean toward the sun
- In May rain.
- In the summer rain
- The path
- Has disappeared.
- A good world –
- The dewdrops fall
- by ones, by twos.
This Sunday we have three opportunities to gather with Rev. Gail leading.
Worship at church at 8:30 and 10:30 ~ Secular Souls in a Natural World
Gathering for all ages in Hyde Park State Park ~ potluck picnic at 11:00 am followed by poetry, walking meditation and popsicles around noon. If you would like to carpool please meet at the church at 10:30 in fellowship hall.
Our first Sunday giving recipient will be the Pastoral Care Center.
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July 26, 2015