Rev. Ben Meyers and W.A. Ann Jacobson
“As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined.”
– Alexander Pope (c.1732)
Unitarian Universalism promotes the hope that life is a cradle to grave experience–that we continue to ‘grow’ new twigs/shoots/buds throughout our lives. In this post-pandemic time, when so much of our world has been ‘bent,’ what are some practices that can sustain us, heal us, and shape our spiritual growth? This morning we will explore the notion that ‘Practice makes progress . . . not perfection’ and present a few simple mindful, embodied practices anyone can do.