"What a Wonderful World," Louis Armstong sings. It's almost Valentine's Day, that special day set aside to say I love you to someone you are endeared to. Some say Love is a waste and only complicates the simplier desires of life. Some say Love is the most powerful force in the universe. If cupid took the day off, what would change?
Would the earth begin to burn from all the hate in the world? Would society begin to disintergrate and fighting break out in the streets? Would marriages suddenly cease or lovers smack each other to death? I don't know the answer to any of those questions; thankfully neither will you. We have a great capacity to fall in and out of Love easily in America. Ours is a love of convience. In fact, you can go to Vegas and have a drive-thru marriage if that tickles your fancy. In our instant society, we have lost the love of brewing. Brewing adds character, flavor and richness. If the cupid should fall or the greatest cupid of all should stop loving; then we should all abandon hope now.
Thank goodness we all get our mutiple chances whether we care, believe or deserve over and over again.