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Our faith was never meant to be static, unmoving, a destination that we arrive at, or a status we achieve. A living tradition calls us forward, asking us to build a new way, build a new path, knowing that it will remain unfinished always out in front of us. How do we find the energy to be creative, when the path is never done? How do we embrace the maybes of a life on an unexplored path? When is it okay to back out of the bramble bush and try a different way?
Jill Sampson is a member of First Unitarian. Jill grew up in central Indiana but has been in Louisville now for 25 years although you can’t tell it from her accent. She lives with an awesome spouse in a dogleg-camelback-shotgun house in Germantown. She has a biochemistry degree from the Ag School at Purdue and an MBA from U of L. For fun she golfs, reads, writes, dabbles with an art journal and reads her twitter feed. She’s looking forward to being a delegate at General Assembly in Pittsburgh. Please don’t ask her to sing.