And now, Monday’s memo from Roy H. Williams. (Sorry about the delay, I’m up in the Colorado Mountains enjoying a conference.)
The success of The Da Vinci Code has triggered new interest in the sacred feminine. No, I’m not endorsing Dan Brown’s tiresome view of the sacred feminine being preserved through earth-rituals involving the deification of Gaia, Mother Earth, Mother Nature, paganism, Wicca, druidism, etc. The true concept of the sacred feminine, indeed our very need of it, is bigger and more beautiful than any of these.
Humor me. Zip with me back to Genesis chapter one where God says, “Let us make man in our own image…” In the following verse we read, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him;” but that’s not the last of the sentence. It ends by saying, “male and female he created them.”