EDITORIAL. 16 years after 9/11, building a better future together with the Social Change School
Today is 9/11. 16 years after 9/11, building a better future together with the Social Change School.
After the Twin Towers catastrophe, there was a change also in the story of ASVI. We doubled our communication effort and impact and many people left for-profit joining the School to make a change in the world. It was at that point that the School really started flying and we felt that our mission was right and deeply understood.
The fate of humanity is not magnificent and progressive as hoped by communism, but is instead rich of ups and downs, of great momentum and depressions, of continuous contradictions, of great efforts often empty and often successful. Story can be made by each of us ants, if conscious of being on the right side of the scale, to incline it in the wished direction. Story is made not much of great acts, but more of a patient work of construction that each of us does every day with their own virtuous behaviors.
Let’s imagine the school as a crawling anthill, active in building the future. Ants never stop, keep that in mind!
By M. Crescenzi
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