If you happened to be driving down Highway 52 in Albemarle, North Carolina on an April afternoon in 1978, right there by Prospect Road …
Yep, that was me: in my light blue tux on my way to pick up my date for the Junior–Senior prom. It was sprinkling rain, my Monza 2+2 was totaled.
Oh, and not only that, there were about 50 record albums (LPs) and a stereo set scattered all over the highway. You see, earlier that day, there was the annual “Spring Fling” dance outside the school buildings on the patio. I was the DJ.
I didn’t know this word back then, but: Haram.
Fast forward to a middle aged man on the side of the road, this time dressed, not in a tux … but all in black.
It was Bright Thursday, four days after the annual midnight celebration of PASCHA and, for whatever reason, that morning as I was backing out of my driveway, headed to church for Bright Thursday Liturgy, I felt at one with …
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