Who are we? Or what are we? Are we a “who” or are we a “what”? Here I muse upon these fundamental questions:
Who are we? Who is God? Who am I? Who is the I am? Here are my musings on these good questions:
It’s been a busy Easter Octave. Our friend, the writer Lorraine Murray, stayed from Good Friday until Easter Monday and then, on Easter Tuesday, we were visited by another friend, a former Faculty colleague from my days at Ave Maria, who stayed overnight. It was good to reminisce, our conversation accompanied by the convivial presence of wine, white and red, and bourbon and single malt scotch.