Sunday, June 12, 2011
Gardens are precious things to be cherished in our minds and hearts, for they are like a magic carpet that whisks us away from uncertainty into an enchanted realm where for a time we can banish the turmoil of the present day. Outside there may be tumult, but within there is peace and quiet from which we may gather strength and fortitude.
We are hoping for better things beyond the horizon and our part is to meet today's demands for changes and readjustments; this requires faith and courage. May we be granted the ability to help in banishing hatred from this earth and in its stead have mercy and goodwill throughout the world.
Lowell, MA 1945