After 24 hours without my regular Web connection, a pre-Internet Age experience seems now to have ended.
I have no understanding of why it was off then or why it is on now.
And I have nothing theological to say about it.
Gave it little thought except for fretting a bit about a missed online appointment. (Sorry, H.)
With or without the electronic connection, the day is not remarkably different. I’m still connected with everything.
Like sitting last night with a smaller group than usual: I was sitting with everyone who was there and everyone who was not there, with everyone everywhere.
I thank you all.