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a clip from the Groveland e-wire
E-Wire, Vol. 13, March 27, 2008 Last Sunday’s Service Groveland UU: St. Paul
It’s always a treat to hear our old friend, the Rev. Charles Ellis. Last Sunday, Charlie offered a wide-ranging, in-depth presentation on transcendentalism.
While focusing on Emerson, Charlie interwove threads from Des Cartes, Kant, Freud, Jung, Thoreau, Channing, Parker, and other intellectual and spiritual leaders who have influenced Unitarian-Universalism.
The discussion that followed touched on important topics of interest such as the interplay between individualism and community.
We’re grateful to Charlie for deepening our understanding of both transcendentalism and our UU heritage.
Continue to knock items off my list. The generator folks will come out on Tuesday at 10:00 AM to give us a bid on a natural gas generator. Finalized information for the Headwater’s UU bulletin. Reviewed my tour outline for the two Weber public tours I have tomorrow. I also read the relevant chapters in the Tale of Genji, the one’s that relate to the two screen painting that I will use. In addition I double-checked on the meaning of enlightenment and found that I had it right after all. Never hurts to look one more time.
Tonight I’m going into the Walker for a movie, “The Mourning.” I made a pledge to myself a year ago that I would get to more of the Walker events since that’s a place where they shine. Got tickets to 4 movies this month and April. It’s a start.