9:15 and 11:15 am
Savoring the Questions without Utensils
Reverend Mary Ann Macklin
Last Sunday, I spoke about the Quaker practice of the Clearness Committee which, when the appropriate time and space are created, can help one to learn the value of asking open, honest questions, to experience how everyone has an inner teacher, and to see what happens when we commit to the ideas of no fixing, advising, saving, or correcting one another. We live in times when questions and answers arrive in rapid succession. What might happen if we took the time to discern the deeper questions in our lives? Oh, the possibilities.