This morning I opened Daniel Ladinsky's book "I Heard God Laughing" in which he renders the poems of Hafiz and here is the first one
"I wish I could show you,
When you are lonely or in darkness,
The Astonishing Light
Of your own Being."
I immediately thought of Lama Miller's idea of our "wisdom-nature".
I also am reminded that Jesus never condemns anyone for sinning but he does get upset because of their lack of faith. He tells them in Matthew 17:20 if they just had the size of faith of a small mustard seed they could move mountains" but alas they often have not that faith, they are not in touch with their "wisdom-nature".
Hafiz says, like Jesus, "I wish I could show you......................."
Are there Unitarian Universalist mystics? The closest I have come to finding them is on the Boston Unitarian blog. Are there others?