Now we all have to join and support the young people today. Go back and read “Ulysses.” It is a poem of an old man saying, You can’t quit. Just a girl who loves swimming poster. There is still something good you can do. Let’s go do it. We’ve got to stop hating each other. It’s bad for us. And by the way, that includes the members of our clans and our tribes. The outstretched hand beats the clinched fist. So I say to you, as he would if he were 92 standing here, “Thank you very much for showing up and saying all these nice things and reciting my words. But it all amounted to me saying, ‘We can do better. And because we can, we must.’ So let us resolve to do better.
Just a girl who loves swimming poster
In Ulysses when he says it is not too late to seek a newer world, Ulysses is calling his old gang together and saying, What do you say we get on the ship one more time and sail beyond the western skies until we die? Just one more time. Just a girl who loves swimming poster. We can still do it. We thank him after 50 years because we can still feel the energy: in the parades, reaching across the convertible tops; in the shacks of Appalachia; in the depths of Watts; and yes, all the way to Soweto. We can do it all over again. But we have to do it the way he did: speaking to everybody; saying the same thing to everybody; with a heart full of love and an outstretched hand. His legacy has brought us here and will see us on.