With so much focus on immigration today, what might we learn from the efforts of many today to secure and lock down our borders? What happens in that lock down, on our physical borders or the borders of difference and identity? Who gets locked in and who is locked out? And who holds the keys? We’ll explore the dynamics of power present in any borderland and the possibilities for tapping into that power creatively as we live with and through change.
Rev. Karen Hering serves as consulting literary minister at Unity Church-Unitarian, in St. Paul, MN, and is the author of Writing to Wake the Soul: opening the sacred conversation within. She leads retreats and programs for writers and non-writers alike, and her forthcoming book, Living in the Between: a thresholder’s guide to personal and global change will be published in 2018. For more information, visit: www.karenhering.com.