Embrace decay, said Ernest Callenbach, it’s the necessary condition of change, of new growth and new life. Above all, don’t abandon hope. If you don’t like the news, get out there and make your own. 

Older Daughter was so right last night, and I’m so proud of her for saying it: “It’s our job as the voices of tomorrow to be the change we want in the world, regardless of what happens tonight.” 
Can’t say I’m much in the mood to to attend this morning’s Study Abroad Fair, or to preview Plato’s panel discussion at the 92d Street Y for CoPhi this afternoon. We’ll improvise. 

Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow.

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