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Category Archives: hope
No matter how many feet deep you have to dig to find it. Not just metaphorically. Actual green grass, just waiting there for the spring. Helps to remember that every now and again.
And 70 percent of the hundreds of millions of possible number combinations will be purchased. Did you ever need more proof that what you’re selling is hope and possibility and not facts and figures?
In Cateura, Paraguay, in a slum build on a landfill, a community has come together to make classical musical instruments out of old oil barrels, meat cleavers, even forks. From trash they have made cellos, violins, violas, clarinets. And they … Continue reading
The other day I was talking to a guy who, among many pursuits, is heavily involved in an inner-city charter school. He said that his dream is to build, around the school and in the neighborhood, a Heroes Project so … Continue reading
The other day my six-year-old son talked me into an impromptu weekend trip to Grand Central Station. The ultimate destination was (obviously) the new Lego store at Rockefeller Center (it’s fabulous) but we made the requisite stop at the MTA … Continue reading