At the end of the day may we embrace all the goodness underway that is not finished yet, that still needs doing, that is only partway to blessing. There is a blessing in a job well done and there is a blessing in a job not yet finished, because it is too big for one day or one person and one day or one community and one month or one nation and one year or one world and one century. We have the blessing of more yet to do, of being needed again tomorrow, of the luxury of dreaming how we can be in a new day and of the gift of sharing stories of how we were today, or yesterday, or some other day more golden and more gracious than this one. But Mercy of Mercies let us choose goodness in all this that is yet not finished, giving thanks we can turn away from what is not good, what is unkind, what is stingy, what is unjust, what lacks enough imagination to allow love to flourish. Mercy of Mercies, may we choose goodness, accepting that we are not done yet, that the Holy still moves and shapes and changes and we move and shape and change, we hope with the Holy, we hope with abiding love. At the end of the day, Mercy of Mercies, may we rest and give thanks both for resting and what doing what we can, bit by bit, day by day, to bless the world and help make love real. Amen.