As humans we are predisposed to focus on the present or the immediate future, while great for the survival of our early human ancestors, this short-sided perspective prevents us from seeing (and preparing for) future challenges. And perhaps more importantly focusing too much on the here and now, stifles our capacity to imagine what beautiful possibilities could be. This Sunday we practice looking beyond the way things are, to see the way that things could be, so that we can try to bring them into reality. Part two of a two-part series.
Linda Fitzgerald, Worship Associate
The Emerson Choir will sing “Quiet Place” by J.B. Lully.Topics: Adaptation, Change, Commitment, Hope, Perseverance, vision