When Is The End Really The End
President Kennedy asked for a man on the moon.
When American Presidents demand bold action, they get bold results.
You hope he checked with his engineers.
Apollo 11 happened early on President Nixon’s watch, followed by Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17.
Each one had a moon-walker.
With a similar request, President Thomas Jefferson told Lewis and Clark to find a waterway to the west.
Or was it?
From a distant perspective we seem we know enough about Lewis and Clark, that all the scholarship on their journey of discovery is complete.
Maybe you want to listen to him, or read his books.
Who asked the most of their countrymen, Jefferson or Kennedy? Which journey would you rather take, a walk into the wild, or a flight into darkness? Read the rest of this entry