by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
The poet Robert Frost wrote that “the Secrets sits in the middle,” taking on a life of its own. Modern psychology agrees that secrets can be unhealthy, sometimes even dangerously harmful. Yet it’s also understandable that we want some parts of life to remain private. We will contemplate the role of our secrets, including what they give and rob us of. Stay after the service for an optional art activity!