Walter Bruegemann wrote “The prophet engages in futuring fantasy. The prophet does not ask if the vision can be implemented, for questions of implementation are of no consequence until the vision can be imagined. The imagination must come before the implementation.” Imagination is more than day dreaming it is the beginning of making this world better.
Speaker: Rev. Jennifer Hamlin-Navias
There is an edge to our thinking and imagination is what takes us over the edge into possibility. Our imaginations are powerhouses that shape who we are. Where will you imagination take you.
What we imagine shapes who we are, what we do, how we approach the world. And it is more than that
As a child, did you imagine that adulthood would be one long time span where you would be all grown up and you would always be the same and life would always be the same? This last year has taught us all that that is not true. LIfe is always unfinished, and a bit of a mess really. There can be anxiety in that but there can also be hope and possibility.
We in CNY are so very familiar with the stillness of winter, the long long winter. In this time of physical distance from one another, when some days there seems to be both too much stillness and too much chaos, how can we find the beauty of this stillness of winter? And how can we find life that seems buried below the snow.
Tikkun Olam is the Jewish concept of healing or restoring the world. How can we as UUs help restore or heal the world.
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