An exploration of Universalism, beginning with the question, “What can Universalism mean to us today?”
If we desire earth connection, which really is an extension of the experience of the wild, of our vital primitive link, how do we get it? Sleeping on the ground in a tent in the wilderness is one way, but there are a multitude of others that do not require traveling to an isolated location and are equally effective.
Two days after I arrived in Wausau I married a couple who had been together for nearly 11 years. The couple, like their ceremony, was endearing and sweet. Shortly after their wedding I began meditating on what it means to be in relationship, and how, in some ways, it’s like a calling.
It is often said that there is a fine line between genius and madness. The same might be said about heresy and orthodoxy, whether it’s religious or social. Do you have a favorite heretic?
There’s something sacred about acknowledging one’s own smallness in contrast with the vastness of life itself. There’s much in our shared world worthy of marvel. So then, let us take a moment to wonder together, growing a sense of reverence for the world we all share.