It may seem naively idealistic, but I know that as long as we can imagine a better tomorrow, we can work towards a better tomorrow. Such idealism has seeded the world with some of its greatest accomplishments and social institutions. I can change my own life and practices to make these ideals live in what I do in my life today.

James Orbinski, former president of MSF, An Imperfect Offering


Today, we are reminded to have a dream. Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

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