I am a believer in regular work, and [I] never wait for inspiration.— Jack London
Whatever your life’s work is, do it well.—Martin Luther King, Jr.
On the caves of time
again they draw their lines
and circles. Earthmen. Born to prove
that they can reason and compute
a way to survive.
Now primitives in space,
they hunt with atom spears
the bright eye targets of the night,
and cry their mammoth victories
across the cosmic waste.
There they create anew
high mysteries and truths,
with satellites as shrines, and wire
the electronic brain they use
to command the light.
— Elizabeth Bartlett