Ambiguity, usually something we think we should avoid, can actually be a positive force presenting new opportunity for connection, empathy, and sometimes a sense of satisfaction. Let’s take a moment to pause in the presence of ambiguity.
Elizabeth Allsworth lives in Exeter with her husband and two young sons. After discovering UU 11 years ago, she taught UU 1st grade and currently volunteers on the Spiritual Pathways Committee. Having worked in the field of International Education since the late 90’s, her deepest passion is facilitating opportunities for people to experience other ways of life.
Music for this service performed by Phil Gruppuso.