Improvising Even When We Don’t Have To

For over a year, we have had to improvise in our daily lives, our work lives, and the life of our Congregation. In the process, we may have discovered some improvisational capacities that we never knew we had. It has been a difficult year (to say the least). Stephen Nachmanovitch’s The Art of Is gives us an inside view of the states of mind that give rise to improvisation and also celebrates the power of the human spirit. Maybe, as we begin to see a brighter horizon before us, we can still be sustained by an understanding of life as improvisational art—in so many aspects, including “fathering” and other creative, everyday endeavors.

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Improvising Even When We Don't Have To