Sunday Service, July 14, 2019

The Work of Sisyphus Lay Speaker: Emily Quarles-Mowrer
In a Greek myth, Sisyphus was sentenced to roll a heavy stone up a hill
each day, only to have the stone roll back to the bottom just as his task
was almost complete. In his work on the philosophical problem of suicide, the great French philosopher Camus said, “One must imagine
Sisyphus happy.” How can we imagine Sisyphus to be happy? How can
we find happiness when our labors feel like the labors of Sisyphus?

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