Albert Camus once said, “In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” Another writer, Charles A. Beard said, “When it is dark enough you can see the stars.” Robert Alden said, “There is not enough darkness to put out the light of even one small candle.” All of these writers understood the difficulties of the world in their day. They also understood the meaning of facing down the darkness and finding the path to the future with hard work and a recognition of the need for living with grace and forgiveness. That is what we must do in these days. We are responsible for how we face this moment in time.
Do you curse the darkness or light a candle?
We have the ability to face down the darkness and light a candle to rise above cynicism and pessimism. I believe this is our strongest argument for faith.
Accomplishing significant and meaningful work begins with positive and solution centered people committed to best practices with the best information available, the highest level of respect for all, a willingness to build an environment of encouragement, and the leadership ability to see and accomplish what is beneficial for those we serve in our community.
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