Just when you seem to yourself
nothing but a flimsy web
of questions, you are given
the questions of others to hold
in the emptiness of your hands,
songbird eggs that can still hatch
if you keep them warm,
butterflies opening and closing themselves
in your cupped palms, trusting you not to injure
their scintillant fur, their dust.
You are given the questions of others
as if they were answers
to all you ask. Yes, perhaps
this gift is your answer.
by Denise Levertov
Sunday Services are 8:30 a.m. in the library and 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary unless otherwise noted. Childrens classes and nursery care are concurrent with the 10:30 service.
Finding the Good Questions ~ Rev. Gail
Scientists know this, so do artists and authors and scholars in a hundred fields – one good question can set you up for life. The trick is finding and framing a good question. As we navigate our complex world, what questions might lead us to rich and fruitful outcomes – and how will we know?
Sunday, January 21, Noon | Santa Fe Women’s March: Power to the Polls | Participate
The march will begin at the Roundhouse at noon and march down Old Santa Fe Trail. We should reach the Plaza around 1:00 pm. For those who can’t march, please meet us at the Plaza. The theme for this year is using the vote to advance women’s rights and women’s issues. Anyone at UU Santa Fe who is interested should plan on meeting in the courtyard and leaving immediately after the Sunday service. We will carpool (or walk).
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Remembrances of the "I have a Dream" speech
from someone standing 30 feet from Dr. Martin Luther King