This will be the last Daily Cup that I write. The former Rector of St. Alban’s, Scott Benhase, came up with the idea in 2008 and I have been grateful every since to have a weekly obligation to express thoughts that more often lay in my heart in musical notation, rather than words. But finding the words has been a wonderful gift to me, and from the notes I have received over the years, a gift on occasion to some of you. Thank you.
Love and forgiveness have been the overarching themes of my life, and I hope that glimmers of love and forgiveness sometimes came through these weekly offerings. It would bring me a lot of joy to think so. Please come and celebrate Martin Luther King’s vision for the human race at St. Alban’s this coming Sunday, January 17. My last at St. Alban’s. We’ll go out Lifting Every Voice in Song, and let Easter arrive just a bit early with Widor’s Toccata.
All shall be well in the end. And if it is not well, then it is not the end. (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel). Peace and blessings.