The poet Philip Levine wrote, “Some things/ you know all your life.They are so simple and true/ they must be said without elegance, meter and rhyme/ they must be laid out on the table beside the salt-shaker, the glass of water . . . “ What are the things that endure in your life, the very things among so many that you value most of all? We will consider where the material world leaves off and the realm of dignity, identity, love, and meaning in our lives begins.
Mary Herman, a UUA Affiliate Minister and a member of our UU Society, will speak at the last of our summer services before our regular congregational year resumes.