By John R. Greenwood
Here is the result:
Little fingers turn pages with gentle anticipation of what lies behind the cover. Our lives begin this way until voices from the airwaves around us begin to whisper fearful things. We must find a way to recapture the sweet naivety we once possessed. Why let it remain a memory? Be bold enough to step with some uncertainty. Think of those who came long before. What if their fear had kept them clinging to the rocky shores never to have seen the great country that lay to the west? What-if's are like poison. The bitterness that curls the tongue can linger for a lifetime. Don't settle because you're too afraid of the unknown. Jump ahead, jump over, jump up, jump back if you need to reboot, but don't hesitate. Don't stand still. Don't stop turning the pages.