Richard J. Barnet, i n E. O’Sullivan, Tra nsformative Learning : Educational Vision s for the Twentieth Century, London, New York, Zed Books, 19 99.

“…In a world of high unemployment, there is an enormous amount of work waiting to be done by human beings: building decent places to live; exploring the universe; making cities less dangerous; teaching one another; raising our children; visiting; comforting; healing; feeding one another; dancing; making music; telling stories; inventing things; and governing ourselves.”

Jill Anderson, the scholar who requested permission to quote commented, “Your husband’s words so beautifully convey the importance of working to build connections within communities…”

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