The power of the suggestive is much greater than the statement of reality.
Nothing quite as serene as a summer sunset over a local Michigan lake, the sky lit by a golden glow and a stillness in the air.
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So, as winter sets in and the trees rest in their dormant shade of gray, memories of summers past and summers to come beguile the time.
A word from the sage of Vienna in the 1920s allows us to look at American politics with new insight. The swirling anxiety of social turmoil can cast up false prophets like froth on the water. The answer is not lecturing from the political pulpit, but the emotional bond between a great leader and the people. A journalist once wrote that during the 1930s his father told him, “I don’t know President Roosevelt, but he knows me.” With that trust in their president, the American people found their way through the Great Depression and the Second World War. Human nature has not changed since then.