The Rev. Casey dunsworth

serves as Associate Campus Pastor to the Belfry, the Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry to UC Davis

and as Program Director for LEVN, the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network.

How then can we ever argue?

Having lunch in a field one day, I troubled an ant with a
question. I asked of him humbly, 

"Have you ever been to Paris?"
And he replied, "No, but I wouldn't mind going." And then he asked me if I had ever been to a famous ant city. And I regretted that I hadn't, and was quick to add, "I wouldn't mind, too!"

This led to a conclusion: There is life that we do not know of. 
How aware are we of all consciousness
in this universe?

What percent of space is this earth in the infinite realm?
What percent of time is one second
in eternity?

Less than that is our 
knowledge of 

How then can we ever
argue about

Meister Eckhart, 14th century German mystic

[The book I pulled this from says that his theological writings were so eloquent that they helped evolve the German language, and are, perhaps, even divine revelation.]

Circum/Stances -- Adrienne Rich

The "Proverbs 31" Woman