Consider the Meaning of Life and Our Reason for Being

April has been cold and damp. It’s time to plant our gardens and we have had just a few narrow windows in which to work outside. We long for the sun and the temperature to rise. Many of you have posted pictures of bread you baked and recipes you have tried, and projects you have completed and puzzles you have put together, in order to keep your minds occupied and your hands busy. I have also read all the prayers you have offered up for others. We have a window of opportunity before us to consider the meaning of life and our reason for being. Thank you for taking your time to listen to this brief message.