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.

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Editorial
Where the vision is
October 14, 1996
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