On to the Fragments!
- May my children know a world were war is remembered but never experienced.
- Last night, I went to a benefit to raise money for Water for Kenya. According to UN Statistics over 880 million people world wide do not have safe access to clean drinking water. This statistic really does make me think how lucky I am to live in the United States. Access to clean water should not be a privilege but a right. In too many places in the world, that is not a true statement. Congrats to Dr. Andrea Canberg and her College of Charleston students' on putting on such as great event! Also thanks to David Desplaces and his SIFE team for running a great silent auction as well!
- Between meeting with the PGA Championship folks this week and the affluence on display at last nights charity event, I have been given a stark reminder about how the gap between rich and poor (not that I am in either group) is ever widening. How can some speak of spending $1700.00 on cushion seats while millions of people do not have access to clean drinking water? Not sure what we do about it but this is a problem that needs to be addressed. I do wish I had an answer for this.