The Cost of an Epiphany Part 2

Jan 14, 2018
Hey folks…I hope this finds you somewhere cozy. The deeply cold part of winter can be very challenging for body, mind and spirit. Personally, I find it easy to think of reasons to not leave the house when it’s this cold. However, I also know that if I do face the challenge and get out of doors, even if it’s only for a short time, I feel like a much healthier human being.

All to say, one good reason to roll out of bed this coming Sunday is your health. We’ll be continuing the exploration we began last week about the cost of an epiphany – what it takes to continue to pursue new ideas and insights when the prevailing norms are not in alignment with the changes those might call for. In particular, we’ll be exploring the crossroads many of us face where we have to decide it we’ll stay the new course we see unfolding in front of us, or give up and go back to the way things were. That might not sound like a good enough reason to bundle up and come out. And frankly, for any given person that sees this blurb, it might not be. But for those that have the opportunity to physically be with other explorers, to meet together with people that are also looking for a safe place to delve into what they believe, just being together is important. Leave before the Talky Bit if it’s not up your alley…but don’t neglect being with other people. It matters…

All right – we’ll be gathering at Pantages. Kids Table will have the heat on in the “upper room”, we’ll have coffee on downstairs, and there will be opportunity to share as much or as little of your life with others as you choose or find yourself able to.
I hope to see you on Sunday.
Peace,
Tim Plett
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