Years ago, my wife and I traveled to Bangor, Maine to visit Wayne Glick, the former President of Keuka College with whom I worked for many years.
During our visit, Wayne and his wife, Barbara, drove us to Acadia National Park, one of the most visited parks in the United States . . . and for good reason.
All the beauty that is Maine comes together in this popular park where the mountains meet the rolling surf of the Atlantic.
As we stood together overlooking this pristine landscape, Wayne said, “This is where God goes to take a vacation.” And I answered, “And the Finger Lakes is where he spends the rest of the year."
Anyone who lives in Upstate New York surely would agree that when it comes to natural beauty, the Creator has certainly blessed us abundantly.
Yet some skeptics, some I know well, suggest that the wonders of this earth are merely happenings . . . bundles of molecules that in some mysterious way, just happen to come together.
For me the natural beauty of my home in the Finger Lakes is an ever constant reminder and proof that This Is My Father’s World.