Happy Easter to all of you.
A favorite Easter story for me is “The Rabbi’s Gift” by M. Scott Peck. A monastery is dying, it’s five monks aging and dispirited, the buildings falling into disrepair, the grounds overgrown and unappealing, when a rabbi from a nearby hermitage shows up. When the abbot asks the rabbi if he has any advice on how to restore the monastery, the rabbi replies, “No, I am sorry. I have no advice to give. The only thing I can tell you is that the Messiah is one of you.”