Hello, I am trying to remember a poignant quote I read a few years ago. I thought that perhaps the author was Hazel Henderson, but in searching around for her quotes I can find nothing like the one I am looking for.
I just can't remember the exact wording. It is a quote about the power of the individual to affect change - large historical change. One of the last lines is something like " . . . and so it has always been" in reference to the fact that history has always been shaped not so much by governments and corporate entities but by individual people with courage. It is a very powerful saying speaking to the power of the individual in the shaping of history. Ring any bells? Feel free to email me if you know anything: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks.