As a voracious reader, I inhale words that tell me about the real and imagined world. Daily I am reminded of what I know and what I don’t know. Recently I learned more about my genomes from the National Geographic project of analyzing my cheek swab, including what percentage I am Neanderthal. Every so often (especially in Durango) I treat myself to the current issues of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review and Spirituality and Health. I am reminded that I, too, am a little bit Buddhist.
Cynthia Johnson, a retired Unitarian Universalist minister who served UU congregations in Texas and Oklahoma, joined UUFDC in 2000 when she and Al moved to Door County. Cynthia is active as an artist and a poet. She enjoys family and friends, nature, travel, and reading and writing.