Navigating Hard Times with Self-Compassion

About Cynthia Osterman: Cynthia is a lover of words, people and places. Her happiest moments are spent with son Holden, dog Ivy and too many wonderful friends to name individually. Her spiritual path is Buddhism and her professional path is journalism. She has had assignments in Chicago, Washington, D.C., London, Amsterdam, Paris and Vancouver as well as stint as a humanitarian relief volunteer in East Africa. She has worked from home as an editor since moving to Port Townsend in 2000.

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Not Fare Well, but Fare Forward, Voyagers

This is Rev. Caplow’s last sermon as one of our ministers. The title is taken from The Four Quartets, T.S. Eliot’s book-length poem (a favorite of hers). In this service she attempts to express the depth of her appreciation for QUUF and her time here, and she shares her hopes and blessings for our future. Her last day with us is June 30.

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