“The change that has taken place in South Africa was brought about not by some Damascus Road revelation, but by ordinary, fallible human beings, who ultimately recognized that they had been cast together by forces of history that could not be undone…and that in the final analysis, they were dependent on one another to a degree that they could either live together or perish together, and who then followed the painful and difficult logic of that recognition.”

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“The change that has taken place in South Africa was brought about not by some Damascus Road revelation, but by ordinary, fallible human beings, who ultimately recognized that they had been cast together by forces of history that could not be undone…and that in the final analysis, they were dependent on one another to a degree that they could either live together or perish together, and who then followed the painful and difficult logic of that recognition.”

 
 
fine (and inspirational) writing by Allister Sparks in his fascinating book Beyond the Miracle
Beyond the Miracle is available at Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CYA5OTQ
 
 
A possible message for Syrians…even today???
 
The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step – YOU!
 
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  1. craiglock Says:

    Reblogged this on Craig's Books.

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