All bonafide revolutions are of necessity revolutions of the spirit.
So long as we think dugout canoes are the only possibility-all that is real or can be real-we will never see the ship, we will never feel the free wind blow.
We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history.
It's only when we have nothing else to hold onto that we're willing to try something very audacious and scary.
Sometimes I think we can tell how important it is to risk by how dangerous it is to do so.
Women have to risk civil disobedience for their rights.
The mid-life crisis hits men harder than women.
In our home we grew up thinking we were Mormons first and human beings second.
I still feel Mormon. Those men in Salt Lake City can't decide who's Mormon and who isn't.
Obviously, the anti-ERA people are tickled about my ordeal because it proves that the ERA breaks up families. When they point out that feminism is a dangerous thing, I just say marriage is pretty precarious too.