So this Labor Day, while the U.S. celebrates with sales of goods at different stores, with days off, with party celebrations, remember the disappeared womyn from Ciudad Juarez, remember the womyn workers of the world.
"Manners are like water to arid lands. They can bridge a passing contact between strangers that seems on the surface to be momentarily arbitrary, but the effect brings out the best of who we are as people and a society. Without a word, a simple gesture can convey dignity and a sense of being here. Manners have a restoring quality in the faith that humans aren’t all that bad. One nice act goes a long way." By Jack Rikess