Some of us find answers in religion, some in science, some in art, music, and literature, some in newly emerging forms of spirituality, some in ancient and ever–renewing myths and indigenous earth–honoring cultures, and some in a highly personal weaving together of threads from all of these sources.
Our sense of community isn’t rooted in shared answers, but in shared questioning.
Our core questions are five: Who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going? How shall I live? and Why? To help you get started with or to deepen your own search, we offer the following essay by Rabbi Rami drawn from his book, Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent (SkyLight Paths). We offer it not to answer these questions, but to deepen your asking of them.
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