Turn on Your Love Light

Should universities talk about love?
Yes, they should.

Should universities talk about justice?
Yes, they should.

Should universities talk about how the Spirit moves?
Yes, they should.

There he stood at the altar, son of privilege, youngest offspring of Lady Diana, in his formal military garb, reddish hair and beard, Viking blood in his veins looking into the dark and flashing eyes of his beautiful California bride in her white gown, with total love and amazement. There and then so much dissolved: the foolish strictures of the Royal Marriage Act of 1772, years of prejudice, eons of stiffness, the wounds of abandonment and loss and so much more.

Talkin’ about love, love sweet love.
Talkin’ about ‘the redemptive power of love[ii].
[i] “Turn On Your Love Light” is a rhythm and blues song recorded by Bobby Bland in 1961 and re-released by The American rock band, the Grateful Dead in 1969.
[ii] From the talk delivered by the Afro-American Episcopalian Bishop, Michael Curry at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle citing Martin Luther King, “We must discover the power of love, the redemptive power of love, and when we do that we will make of this old world a new world. For love is the only way.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle merry in a trailblazing ceremony – CNN video and article