The secular life was not enough. I wanted to meet regularly with people who discuss the deeper issues of life and learn together how to do better. I yearned for a community where tradition and ritual were foundations for celebrating life’s special events, and the wondrous gifts of the natural world.  To find resilience, I needed a community where people find mutual support and consolation in the face of life’s problems. I was searching for a religious construction to frame my questions of human existence. …

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