The theme for this month is Incarnation, which means the embodiment of soul, or divinity, or some quality or ideal....such as "that dancer is the incarnation of grace." We might say that "Ian Maher is the incarnation of joy." In Christian Theology, Jesus is said to be the incarnation of God.
The more I thought about the theme of Incarnation, the more it became clear to me that, for many of us, our beloved pets are for us the incarnation of love...unconditional, undeserved, graceful love. Our cats and dogs and birds and other pets embody incredible love. We will celebrate the many ways that love is real and true and abundant and helps us to grow our souls.
This month's theme: Incarnation
Speaker: Rev. Jean Rowe
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