This month, we will be exploring Taoism in worship. Wu wei, which is translated as “non-action,” “spontaneity” or “acting from the core of one’s being” is one of the highest virtues in Taoism. Water metaphors are often used to describe it. “There is nothing in the world more soft and weak than water,” yet for attacking things that are hard and strong there is nothing that surpasses it.” writes Lao-Tse, the founder of philosophical Taoism. Rev. Rachel will explore how we might incorporate the wisdom of water, spontaneity, and flow into our lives.

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