Sunday Sept 27th Rev. Sheree Taylor-Jones The Good Old Days

Good old days is a cliché in popular culture. It is used to reference a time considered to mean a time in the past when you believe life was better than the now moment. It is a form of nostalgia which can reflect homesickness or yearning for long-gone moments. What do our spiritual teachers say about holding onto the past? What does yearning for the past mean to our peace of mind? How do we shift our focus from the "Good Old Days" to the "Wonder-filled New Ways?" Join us in the discussion on Sunday.