To what extent is the "garden of your mind" the land of illusions?
In A Course Of Miracles it describes "right minded" and "wrong minded" understandings.
So often the aimless wandering in the "garden of our minds" leads us astray.
As the bumper sticker says, "Don't believe everything you think."
Unitarian Universalists covenant together to affirm and promote the free and reponsible search for truth and meaning. What gardens does that search take us to? Are we searching in beautiful flower gardens or in the prickers, weeds, and thorns?