Sunday, May 28: “Forgiveness–The Reconciliation of All that is Divided Within Us”
Rev. Michael Gott
Alexander Pope famously wrote, “To err is human, to forgive divine.” As we conclude our monthlong exploration of our humanity and divinity, we consider the power of forgiveness in our lives. When we forgive others, we set ourselves free. When we forgive ourselves, we truly begin to live the life of spiritual freedom that is destined for us.
May Sunday Talk Theme: “Spiritual Double Vision–To Honor the Human Condition, While Grounded in the Spiritual Truth”
The mark of genius is to hold contradictory truths in mind at the same time. To live a human life on a spiritual basis will necessarily present us with many paradoxes. We are both eternal and mortal, limited and limitless. If we are willing to stretch our consciousness, we will learn that the paradox is not to be avoided, but rather to be explored as a path of our healing and growth. We will no longer have to hold our humanity and divinity as separate. We are divinely human, and humanly divine.
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