One of the struggles of our human condition is our frequent inability to view the world from another person’s perspective. This seems to be a problem religiously, politically, and culturally – creating significant divisions amongst us. Our Unitarian Universalist religious tradition places great emphasis on the use of reason to interpret our experience to derive spiritual meaning and even ethical guidelines. What about the use of our imagination to gain a wider perspective beyond just our own experience and reason? This worship service will explore how engaging our imagination can be an enriching part of our religious life.Worship Associate: Jeanne De Shazo.