Leisure/Food for thought
Thread poster: AndrewBM

AndrewBM
Ireland
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Mar 4, 2002

Idealism is nowadays seen as naive. But there is a difference between acknowledging reality and accepting it



http://politics.guardian.co.uk



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Eugenia Corbo  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:26
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thanks Mar 4, 2002

Thanks for the link. I really enjoyed reading it.

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xxxElena Sgarbo  Identity Verified
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Agree... Apr 7, 2002

.. with this article. It would appear that hopelessness and inaction are now pervasive. Yet the only way to change the world is to participate, to speak out, to write letters to congresspeople, to get organized, to help fight corruption, to remain honest and trustworthy, and to keep ethically working at what you love.



We each change things around us, whether we notice or not. We need not to dismiss the power of our everyday actions.



Thanks Andrew for the article. I\'ve posted the link in the Spanish forum.





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