Tuesday, August 5, 2008

The world is in our hands


This small sculpture is located in the gardens of the Arizona Center. It’s titled “In our Hands” and it is dedicated to the Sisters of Mercy who started the first hospital in the Arizona Territory before we became a state. It made me think that the world is truly in all of our hands and we had better start taking better care of it.

4 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Sort of reminds me of the sculpture at our library. I mean the stainless steel part of the figure.

Abraham Lincoln
—Brookville, Ohio

Hilda said...

I love the sentiment of that sculpture. Thank you for the reminder.

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Lucybug33 said...

Cool!
Get the Book Shar! Maybe there'll be inspirations for you for new photo ops!