In reading former Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams a certain narrative illustration stayed with me. He writes of how at the end of World War II, a sailor in the Royal Navy was about to be discharged. He decided to enjoy an evening out while in London. He selected a production in London’s West End. It was the opening night of a new show, a musical of some sort.
He didn’t care what he was going to see. All he wanted was to celebrate the fact that he had lived through the war and would be going home very soon.Read More