This is our earth….
Ice caps its head. Glaciers clasp its feet.
Warm wind, like the breath of a lover, breathes around its breast.
Mountains thrust up to the clouds, bringing joy.
Storms blow across its shores, bringing fear.
Silvery fish capture sunlight and bring it down
into the deep, as on shore, valleys spread
with ripening fruit. Cities teem with the
poor and disenfranchised in the shadow of
golden towers. Children live and also die.
Highways throb. Monks sit in silence. Mothers
work. Crickets chirp. Teachers plan. Engineers
design. Fathers write letters.
with and without the blessings of law.
They laugh, and brood, and worry and wait.
This is our earth…
–Mark L. Belletini "Sonata for Voice and Silence"
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.
Vulnterability in an Uncertain World ~ Rev. Tony Thieman-Somora
Many of us grew up with the thought that being vulnerable was a weakness. However, Brene Brown, the author of Daring Greatly makes clear in her research that vulnerability is a necessity for finding blessings and joy in life.
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