There Is a Time


It feels inappropriate to just post a video, but a friend sent this to me. It’s a poem inspired by Ecclesiastes, and it’s absolutely lovely with a message we all need to hear right now. Please share this with everyone.

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  1. Percival Thatcher

    They’ve got themselves another subscriber, because if they’ll do something like that once, they are likely to do it again. Thanks, Drew.

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  2. Jim McConnell Member
    Jim McConnell

    That is beautiful! Thanks.

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  3. Susan in Seattle Member
    Susan in Seattle

    Thank you for this.  For so many reasons, thank you.

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  4. Gary McVey Contributor
    Gary McVey

    I chime in to agree. Just beautiful. 

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  5. The Scarecrow Thatcher
    The Scarecrow

    Sorry. It was sweet, and her voice is nice. But she left out the time for anger at those who did this to us, at frustration because we are apparently powerless to stop people we elected to express and defend our best interests from driving us to ruin.

    Maybe we’ll survive, and rebuild, pulling together as she describes. But it will be hard to forgive them. Or ever trust them again.

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  6. Arahant Member

    Personally, I’m for going back to the original, as Ricochet’s own @jacksoncrawford did:

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  7. NatalieLa Fond Inactive
    NatalieLa Fond
    @NatalieLa Fond

    I needed this today.   Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Susan Quinn Contributor
    Susan Quinn

    So comforting and heartwarming. Thanks, Drew.

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  9. Front Seat Cat Member
    Front Seat Cat

    There is so much wisdom here – where was this message before the virus?  It was always there…………

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  10. Mike Rapkoch Moderator
    Mike Rapkoch

    Make me think of T.S. Eliot:

    “I said to my soul, be still and wait without hope, for hope would be hope for the wrong thing; wait without love, for love would be love of the wrong thing; there is yet faith, but the faith and the love are all in the waiting.

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