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The Sixth Sunday of Easter-The Rev Melanie Lemburg

The Sixth Sunday of Easter-Year C May 22, 2022         As I’ve been preparing to go on sabbatical, I’ve been thinking about peace a lot lately—thinking about what peace is in general and what it is specifically to me.   Many people think that peace is the absence of conflict; it can be equated with tranquility, and for people with small children, it is often coupled with “quiet” (as in “Can I, please, just get five minutes of peace and quiet?”).   As we watch from afar the 12 week war between Russia and Ukraine, peace may even feel like an unachievable dream for us and for our world.   I asked our Wednesday group what peace means for them.   One spoke about how peace is the opposite of fear.   Another spoke of how it is a deepening in God.   Another referred to a Martin Luther King Jr quote:   "We must come to see that the end we seek is a society at peace with itself, a society that can live with its conscience."   For me, both physically and spiritually, peace is a ki

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