“Now I Become Myself”

May Sarton’s poem “Now I Become Myself” offers a glimpse of the lifelong journey each of us takes toward becoming our truest self. She writes, “It’s taken/Time, many years and places;/I have been dissolved and shaken,/Worn other people’s faces.” Join us on Sunday morning as we consider our own journey through “years and places” toward that personal truth, and as we question how that truth has been shaped by ourselves and by others.