immigrants in time

Over the thousands of years of man’s development from hunter to nomad to farmer to early city dweller, the skills and attitudes of the father for the most part served equally well for the son.

Now we are all, both old and young, immigrants in time. We must develop our endurance so as to be capable of learning new skills, abandoning obsolete attitudes and discovering better ways of organizing for mutual creation and rising spirits.

Beyond Motivation by James T. McCay. Expanded Edition by Richard E. Ward