Happy Sunday all! Sharing a nugget from my priest’s homily today. He was offering insight on the heels of some of the horrific and tragic behavior we’ve seen as states reopen. The one that broke my heart was the security guard who was shot and killed over a mask requirement for customers at his store. He leaves behind 9 children. What a waste. This has a Christian twist (hey, I’m a believer), but I thought the message overall would appeal to this community as we all are decent and reverent.
From Fr. Alan:
What kind of memories do you want when the social disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic come to an end?
Do you want to remember the privations and difficulties you faced and find gratification in having obtained all the consumer products and services you wanted? Do you want to remember the many times you ran short of patience and forbearance and feel relieved that you avoided embarrassing yourself by vulgar behavior? Do you want to remember the widespread fear ...