Just some thoughts:
As I sit here early this morning at my coffee place, the Carole King hit “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” is playing in the background. It was popular in 1960 my senior year in high school and freshmen year in college. It brings back some memories from that time. Interesting lyrics, and, probably that song title is-was an often- asked question.
Now there’s a subject: “Will you love me tomorrow.” Last night, on my way home from the Station Inn where I had been for a dose of culture, I drove through a less than desirable section of town. I wondered, bet there are some folks here, especially children, who have experienced little love of any kind, not yesterday, not today and the chances for it tomorrow don’t look good.
I remember my wife saying, after returning from her trip to Russia and spending time working in a street mission for children,
“There are so many children who never know love in any shape or form in their lives’. Sad.
But, oh yes—I remember that song.
August 20, 2016