World War II was still raging less than 70 years ago.
A soliloquy about it written in 1944 by Norman Corwin called “There Will Be Time Later,” brings the reality of those days to the listener.
From 68 years ago: August 15, 1944: There Will Be Time Later.
This will give you pause to give thanks to God for the relatively peaceful situation we live in today.
There is, without a doubt, a longing for peace that is palpable in this soliloquy, but a recognition that it has not come yet. But also, hope. Why listen to this now? I guess you have to listen to it to see why.