Fellowship of Saints and Sinners

Fellowship of Saints and Sinners


Celtics Great Bob Cousy Gives Lesson in True Love

Bob Cousy officially retires at a ceremony in Boston Garden, with wife Missy (left) solemnly looking on. Photo credit: TELEGRAM & GAZETTE)

Bob Cousy officially retires at a ceremony in Boston Garden, with wife Missy (left) solemnly looking on. Photo credit: TELEGRAM & GAZETTE)

I’ve missed you, and I’m counting the days when I can meet you more regularly again here at this intersection between God and life.

This story comes thanks to fellow saint and sinner Paul. When a star on the basketball court can say that the game he played so well was really child’s play in contrast to the real game plan God had for him—caring devotedly for a wife of 63 years whose struggle with dementia in her last dozen years of life rendered Cousy her sole caretaker—I want to exclaim that such feats of love can only be God-breathed.

Enjoy the story—and grab those Kleenexes.

 



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