“So Abraham then, represents this call that we get, that says, hey, there’s more to this world than eating, drinking, and sleeping. There’s more to this world than what I am currently experiencing.”
Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig explores that something more, which we access through our spiritual practices. When we forget our practice we get stuck in one reality, one perspective, and one experience of the world — often not a good one. Rev. Karen weaves in examples from scripture, eastern philosophy, poetry, and her personal history, to bring this fundamental Unity idea to life.
The talk begins at 15:08.
Music comes from long-time friend of Seattle Unity Rafe Pearlman. Greg Rupert presents the offering. Inez Lindsey offers prayer, with a little help from Alexander Kemp.
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