1968 - Part 1

(Episode 20)
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Albert Einstein famously said that "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." 1968 was a year when the unimaginable came alive for our country and for me personally. For me, prior to 1968 a life different from one I had known was unimaginable. By the end of the summer of 1968 the world I could imagine and lived had grown exponentially. The assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy made the unimaginable all too real for our country. The year ended with three astronauts circling the moon and shared with the world the "first earth rise." Imagination that Einstein saw as encircling the world would never be the same.

Here's a link to Blog Post The Dreamers and Their Dreams

Here's a link to the Song with Story, 1968