Sunday, April 6, 2014
Nonetheless, the red dress once worn by country singer Lisa Brokop caught me by surprise. It was hard to believe that more than two decades had passed since I first interviewed her for a magazine. She was a fresh-faced 18-year-old in 1992.
A year later she had a leading role in the movie Harmony Cats where she wore the costume pictured. Surely Lisa is too young and current to be featured in a museum, I thought, remembering that my husband, too, is mentioned in a museum. You can see where and why HERE.
Let It Burn on the modern-day marvel YouTube. Faces and writings printed on paper or launched into cyberspace fade and burn more easily than those that are etched in stone.
In a grand timeline the distance between sparking the first flame and sending a spacecraft to Mars is miniscule. Humankind is in its infancy, the old fossils seem to say, and its remarkable ability to dream, make choices and invent gadgets will result in new wonders that will make life, as we now know it, appear prehistoric.
"Whatever you do will be insignificant," said Mahatma Gandhi, "but it is very important that you do it."
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