Note to Thomas Jefferson

In the lobby of the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia, stands a wonderful statue of Thomas Jefferson.  As I stood in the lobby recently, I remembered the role that Jefferson and other founders played in the creation of our nation.

I had the impulse to say “I am sorry, Mr President that we have taken the legacy that you and others left to us and have been bent on the destruction of that legacy.  If we have not done so in deeds, we have done so by inaction.”

It occurred to me that men like Jefferson and Washington would have listened to my apology, but would have followed up with the most simple reply, “What then will you do now?”

It is time to stop saying “Somebody needs to do something!” and say “Here I am, send me.”

Are you willing?

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