“With fractals we literally see that the part contains the whole or replicates the whole, and yet each part still has a wholeness within itself. . . .
We now believe such wholeness is true physically, biologically, and spiritually, and can even be seen as a basis for understanding mystical union. . . .
Each of us replicates the Whole and yet has a certain wholeness within ourselves—but we are never entirely whole apart from connection with the larger Whole.” — Richard Rohr
Health, healing, wholeness, holy — the words share a common root and a common history. But how is wholeness related to health?
Can acknowledging, accepting, and integrating our darker side,
our brokenness, help us heal?
Rev. Susanne introduces this month’s worship theme, Wholeness.