Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Dropping keys

The small man builds cages for everyone
he knows,

while the sage, who has to duck his head
when the moon is low,

keeps dropping keys all night long for the
beautiful, rowdy prisoners.


I awoke this morning about the interior spiritual life of Unitarian Universalists. I wondered what their interior spiritual life is like and how the Unitarian Universalist faith feeds their spiritual life. As I consider this, I invite you to this discussion and ask you to add your thoughts, ideas, and feelings as we go along.

What nurtures your spiritual life? What kind of practice do you find empowering and comforting? How does the Unitarian Universalist faith support and inform you spiritual life?

These are big questions and I hope that your interior spiritual life grows so that you too will have to duck your head when the moon is low, and if you are so inclined that you will drop your keys to the prison cells which the rest of us confine ourselves to.

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