Grief and gratitude woven fine

English poet of the Romantic Age, William Blake, said that, “Joy and woe are woven fine, a clothing for the soul divine. Under every grief and pine, runs a joy with silken twine.” Join us in a service that holds both the ups and the downs of the pandemic season. Bring a token of your roots or strength that you can share. We will have facilitated conversation to share these sources and to reflect. Left: Weaver in Zinacantán, Mexico.

Jar of life Reflection A sheet for your preparation and reflection is linked here. If you don’t have a way to print it out, please feel free to make a quick copy of your own with pen and paper.

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