Travellers We, Humanity
Hope, British Columbia

It’s quite something to think of the distances we travel, the infrastructure that has been developed and spread, the wonders that are now normative.

We all are part of a long tradition, a lineage that has traversed the seas, the shores, and space. The rivers and roads connect cities with history: with humanity.

The possibilities and opportunities continue to invite us yet onward.

To take what we have been born into, what we have inherited, and to move forward, awkwardly, clunkingly like those who have come before, but also with the greater tools that have been given us, of stories and past lessons, of libraries no longer physical but internetical, and of conversations that span the globe and beyond.

I think that’s rather keen.