How do we “make” life sacred?
It is a choice. To experience life as sacred does not require a belief in a higher power, but it does necessitate viewing life as an “exquisite masterpiece,” as one of Laura Beth Brown’s teachers, Sarah Blondin asserts. We have often lived on “auto-pilot,” allowing life to pass us by without being truly present to its joys and sorrows—only to look back with regret of missed opportunities and the recognition that we are still carrying unresolved anger and sadness. Join Director of Lifespan Religious Education Laura Beth Brown in exploring: What do we gain by holding life a masterpiece—with all of its colors, harsh brush strokes, and imperfections? What does it require?