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What do Florence Nightingale, Buckminster Fuller, Mohandas Gandhi,...
What do Florence Nightingale, Buckminster Fuller, Mohandas Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela have in common? In one word: vision—the ability to see beyond the present human scene with all its grimness and struggle and to perceive a greater truth, beauty, or reality that transforms conditions. Each one in his or her own field of endeavor had such a clear vision of the "possible" that the seemingly impossible was achieved.
In this issue, one community's renewal is recognized as a result of its unfolding vision and progress. Our hope—our vision—however, is that the ideas shared in the articles will be a springboard for anyone looking for vision—in personal life, in the neighborhood, the nation, or the world.
Where the vision is
Visions of deliverance
Rosalie E. Dunbar
Home is in the heart
Laura K. Robinson-Long
Racism—a violation of universal brotherhood
Lacy Bell Richter
What Elizabeth learned from the earthquake!
Arresting the lies of a criminal nature
David F. Stevens
Seeing past the labels to the child of God
Joan Sieber Ware
Mary Jane Griffith
Prayer before voting
Kim Ann Geisinger
An industrial city with vision
by Kim Shippey
About a year ago I woke one night very sick and nauseated
Allison T. Demarkles
I have a lot to be grateful for
Patricia I. Wilson
One night when I went to bed, I had a hard time getting to...
Tabitha Anne Boyd with contributions from Sharon L. Reilly Boyd