This is a forward-thinking post, focused on our future generations. Happy to reblog.
While we are all citizens of the world, few of us take our citizenship seriously. Beyond reading newspapers or listening to the news, beyond voting, beyond recycling, beyond attending a civic association meeting every once in a while, we limit our participation to complaining about what is happening out there. And there is a lot to complain about, so we are kept pretty busy doing that part of it.
Life in the Boomer Lane has a neighbor/friend who takes her world citizenship seriously, and she manages to manifest her responsibility in addition to raising two children, training for triathlons, and being an advocate for the improvement of educational services in the county. In her job, she created the first ever project in which scientists from around the world traveled to North Korea to collaborate with North Korean scientists on non-military scientific issues. If you think that’s an easy…
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