Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Living in the Stream of History


Pshan-Shaw, Sweet-Scented Grass, by George Catlin

“That’s what history is… women writing letters, old men telling stories. Young women dying. New lives, new places. . . . You can’t choose the times you live in. You can only try to change them a little bit.”
    —Levi Zendt, from the miniseries production of Jame's Michener's Centennial


Each period of history has its own challenges. Its seems like some of ours include holding civil conversation, being willing to compromise, living within the planet's needs. . .

What types of change do you want to see? How can you be that change?

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