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I, for one, am certainly going to continue to raise a little hell.
Our shallow culture makes us people of great longing, for we are not always provided with opportunities to live out our most meaningful beliefs.
People have always told stories to their children around the flickering campfire, and those stories formed the culture of that community. Our flickering campfire now is the television and computer screen...
Democracy is not something we have, it's something we do.
Never be discouraged from being an activist because people tell you that you'll not succeed. You have already succeeded if you're out there representing truth or justice or compassion or fairness or love.
When you fully dedicate yourself to a good mission, the floodgates of heaven open up for you, beads or no beads, sending you whatever luck and resources you need.
I suspect that in old age we naturally turn to the issues left unfinished in youth and to old grooves of behavior we cut deep in those energetic years. One never loses one's youth. It is always just hiding under the wrinkles, excited for a chance to be out in the open air again.
Small towns make up for their lack of people by having everyone be more interesting.
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January 24, 1910
March 9, 2010
Doris "Granny D" Haddock was an American political activist from New Hampshire.
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