There are some who prefer purity of purpose to achievement. I wish I
afford the luxury. If simply having the good taste to recognize ideals
enough, this world would be Utopia. That it isn't says something about
task of implementing change: improvements bravely undertaken seem
small in a cold light, the difficulties so often not technical but
the effort so often solitary and thankless.
So I praise those who undertake to( in Clarence's words) :
"My paradigm was one of developing a "brain trust" of professionals from
across a wide spectrum of our global society that was composed of those
who understood the synergy to be gained through viewing the millions of
tons of organic wastes that we generate daily as an asset... not a
liability in need of burying or dumping."
What helps immeasurably in these things is the sense that there is
purpose and commitment - even if the achivements are not faultless. But
those who are carping, ill informed critics can stultify a worthy