Monday, September 04, 2006

My Quaker world has a group of people who had enough public impact that their lives continue to shine a light even years after their death. This category includes Jack Willcuts, Charlotte Macy, Milo Ross, Dick Beebe, and others. There is another group who are living models who are at the place in life where they are taking a less active role—Arthur Roberts, Alvin and Lucy Anderson, Harlow Ankeny, and more. And now I skip over those who may be at the top of their game to get to the folks who have many years ahead of them for significant positive impact on the lives of others. These people range in age from early twenties to early forties. This group includes a college president, a couple of camp directors, nearly a half dozen pastors, a writer, an entrepreneur, a couple of educators, and several who are preparing for a career that is only beginning to take shape.

Let us all run with perseverance the race marked out for us.


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