Weaving the Interdependent Web

Long before the Unitarian Universalist Association adopted its current statement of principles, which affirms “respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part,” John Ruskin Clark was urging us to adopt a new worldview that found the unity of being in what he called the great living system. “Life is a process by which order is created out of disorder in the universe,” he pointed out, and life entails both autonomy and mutuality, which necessitates that humans accept their responsibility to live interactively and constructively. “We live in such a web of interconnections and dependencies that no action is without moral consequences for good or evil.”

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