Sometimes we find our everyday lives separated from our innermost being. The passion and zeal or earlier times can grow stale and alien. The prospect of being “divided no more” is something we all can work toward, generating both energy and tranquility.
Concord UU member Jim Schlosser is a physician, gardener and basketball lover. He has worked in public health systems for forty years. His vocational work has been committed to improving systems of health care for under-served populations both as a leader and as a front-line clinician. He was a founding board member of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, an international organization committed to improving health and care worldwide. He has studied and worked with Courage and Renewal, a non-profit organization started by Parker Palmer. He and his wife Laurie are also members of Temple Beth Jacob in Concord.