In our culture so in love with dualisms, courage is often thought of as the opposite of fear. Should we feel fear, we may tell ourselves that we are not brave, that courage is not within us, and so we may become that story. What if we told a new story? One where fear and courage hold hands in the face of the dark? Join us at Second Unitarian for an exploration into the dark as we seek the path to bring courage and fear in union together; to learn to be brave amidst strife even when we feel lost and afraid in those dark woods of life.