NEVER GET BETTER?
In the late 1960s, Science fiction writer, Ray Bradbury, was asked to give a commencement address to graduating seniors at an Ivy League university.
The students, were not eager to step out into the "real world." It was one of the worst of times--the Vietnam war, racial riots, assassinations, inept national leadership, nuclear threat, rudderless students unsure of their future.
Bradbury is reported to have said to these young minds:
"Everything is going to get worse and never get better again!"
Never? Really? Of course, it is not good to concoct a vision of the future just to make people feel good. But is there no real future hope?
Coming in April is an alternative perspective full of hope based on historical fact.
Paul W. Swets