Monday, September 17, 2012

Walking in the high-walled land

"The tragedy in the lives of most of us 
is that we go through life 
walking down a high-walled land 
with people of our own kind, 
the same economic situation, 
the same national background, 
education and religious outlook. 
And beyond those walls, all humanity lies, unknown and unseen and untouched 
by our restricted and impoverished lives."

-Florence Luscomb, architect and suffragist (1887-1985)

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