Students for Life
The cover photo on this, our April 2019 issue, is exceedingly famous, although most of us do not recognize it. Imagine: The 3.2 million-year-old bone fossils carefully arranged here belonged to a female Australopithecus afarensis hominid living in what is modern-day Ethiopia. The celebrated anthropologists who found her named her "Lucy." But in her "home country" she is known as "Dinkinesh," or "you are marvelous."
Think about it. What wonders lie before our very eyes, in life and work, that we overlook, perhaps for the entirety of our days?
From brokenness we can make things whole. By concentrating each day on becoming more insightful professionals, we can give civilization a better chance at survival. But only if we are students for life.