A MOMENT ALONE
. . . with Abraham Lincoln,
16th president of the United States,
who changed the course of human events
"that all men are created equal."
On a trip to Washington D.C. last year,
I made it a point to visit the Lincoln Memorial.
I paid a cab driver to take me there
in the middle of the night,
to stand before his great statue,
for a moment alone.
You cannot help but be moved
by his presence.
(I asked the cab driver to shoot the final picture.)