Our Savior's love, shines like the sun with perfect light. As from above, it breaks through clouds of strife.

Oct 8, 2008

Goodbye, Henry

For the past 3 1/2 years, I have worked with Henry Ingram, co-founder and Artistic Director of Music for a Great Space. Henry passed away on September 13. I'm not sure what this means for the future of MGS or my part in it.
Henry's memorial service was beautiful. As another co-worker of mine put it, "it made me wonder about my own orth/value/contribution that will exist when I leave this world. A little overwhelming, to be in the shadow of someone so generous, gracious and significant as Henry." He will be missed!


Shelley said...

i'm reading "mormon scientist" right now about henry b. eyring's dad who was a famous scientist and think those same thoughts as i'm reading. i borrowed the book from andrea and she asked how i'm liking it. i told her it makes me feel very insignificant. hope everything works out the way you want it to with work.

Anonymous said...

Most of us will be "insignificant" as far as being recognized and well known. I really believe, though, that each of us can be significant in the lives of others. We can all help uplift others in numerous ways, lightening their loads and making lives richer or better in some way.