A reading of Helen Kobek’s “Accommodating Embodiment within Our Meetings”


6FJ Podcast: “We gather in waiting in meeting for worship on Sunday morning, sitting—not standing—for an hour, because it would bother our feet to stand that long. But before we can even gather, we need to enter the meetinghouse, which most of us do by reaching out with an arm, grasping the doorknob with a hand, and turning it, because we are not infrared entities that can transmit through a door.”

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