Is it somewhere that Unitarians would feel at ease, relaxed?
Is it somewhere that we would be allowed to think Unitarianly, and share those thoughts with others, without fear or favour?
Is it somewhere that champions freedom of belief and honest doubt?
Is it somewhere that the supreme authority of the individual's reason and conscience is recognised and respected?
Is it somewhere that embraces the whole spectrum of human diversity and is inclusive and welcoming?
Is it somewhere that has room for the heart as well as the head, for intuition and imagination, as well as reason and logic?
Is it a literal place, such as a church /chapel building?
Or is it a virtual place, such as a Unitarian congregation or other group?
And then I wonder - are all actual Unitarian congregations and church / chapel buildings Unitarian places of mind, as I have defined it? And if they aren't, should they be?