"This is like an alternate reality."
So says Sox owner John Henry in today's Globe. "All of our fans waited their entire lives for this," he continues. Needless to say, Henry is right. Also in the Globe, Thomas Farragher wonders what winning the World Series will mean for New England identity, and for an answer he consults - somewhat surprisingly - Rabbi Harold Kushner. Speculating on the same topic as Farragher, Adrian Walker relates the win to the current presidential race and solicits typically thoughtful comments from the renowned "dean of Boston historians," BC's Tom O'Connor. Rounding out the various perspectives in the Globe, Bob Ryan muses that the Cubs might be next. That'd be fine by me. For now, however, let's all just savor the moment. AMDG.