Rev. Axel Gehrmann, and Worship Associates Page Galloway and Christina Zaro
The quality of life is in proportion, always, to the capacity for delight,” the poet May Sarton writes. Sarton’s words are at once an important reminder and a challenge, especially in these complicated times. Where do you find delight? How do you experience delight? And – in this day and age – how might we all make the quality of our lives more delightful?