This Sunday Letter is to Encourage, to Support each of us to engage, connect, and find the right social context to live open, fulfilling lives with partners, family, and friends both near and far.
As a culture and broader society, we are strengthened by a sense of the Sacred in our lives. The Sacred may be a combination of places, people, or events. Choirs, concerts, visiting a museum in person or online, a family or civic gathering, a memory of someone who inspired, a birth or death, or returning to a mountain top or valley in person, photos, or story telling with family and friends, are some of the ways we touch and are touched by the Sacred.
The Sacred can be both a mystery and transformative. We best approach the Sacred with a sense of awe and reverence.
Sometimes unintentionally, or due to life’s circumstances, the presence of the Sacred can become less. This limits the energy, courage and the sense of hope important in our lives.
I hope this Sunday Letter will encourage you to continue your deep rooted emotional and spiritual connection with the places, peoples, and events of the Sacred for you and your family.
Roy, sharing encouragement