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As you drive around, imagine a world with no power lines.

Henry David Thoreau once observed, “The world is but a canvas to our imaginations.”

   Imagine your street without horizontal power lines and poles hovering above your head.  Add a thick grove of trees to replace that outrageous billboard. Starting to look more like the “Magic Kingdom,” right?

  It takes energetic and intelligent people to sow the seeds of change. What if the bus fumes consisted of water vapor cooling the city instead of carbon monoxide polluting it?

 People – not institutions – make change. Spend time dreaming of a better and more beautiful world.  Or, as Ghandi once said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.”

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