This is a tough week to write and share a message of relevant meaning. We have lost a stalwart in Sue McCoy and we grieve her passing. At the same time, we gather together to seek comfort in each other and in our faith, to listen to beautiful music, and to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Life goes on and so we are compelled to ask, “What would Sue do?” Certainly she would mourn with us. But Sue also would celebrate with us, urging us to hold both emotions in each of our palms. It is the stuff of life and it is the essence of being mortal. It speaks to the core of who we are and to the challenge of what we strive to believe.