Thank you for the reminder that we are not inhuman. I believe that
change is personal for each person involved and feelings are abused if
not taken into consideration. I reflect on how many Americans overlook
the rest ofthe world as a resource. Here, the continent of change seems
so unchangable at times.
On Mon, 14 Aug 1995, Layna Fischer wrote:
> >I can give you one set of answers on site - sitting beside a dry lake
> >80kms by 15 kms, on a sheep station of 400,000 acres five hours north of
> >Perth, Western Australia, with a sky as big as one single simple thought.
> >Where would I start? Probably by going for a walk at down.
> It wasn't just the sheer poetry of your mail that drove me to respond, but
> a very real sense of sharing the "been there, done that."
> I grew up in Rhodesia. When Rhodesia became Zambia great internal and
> external changes were mandatory. We fled the country to save our lives. I
> agree with you -- assumimg that change is only a *corporate* thing is
> Change is and will always be very personal....
-- "Jesse W. White" <firstname.lastname@example.org>