A Visionary Politician – Sidney Sanders McMath

Much of what we do at the retreat center at the Catskills Bed and Breakfast Spa is study the lives of others. In order to grow in life it is invaluable to study the lives of those who have come before us.

One of the daily exercises described in my book “Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times” is picking a person in the arts, sciences, politics, or public service and explore who they are what they have done . Here two extraordinary individuals you might like to know about.

Enjoy this and research them further. Also research your own heroes and heroines.
I have just created a new course “The Course of Enlightenment”. It is based on the skills and accomplishments of great visionaries.

I am still “tweaking” the course but it is up and running. Take a look at http://www.chihealer.com


Learn more about these great thinkers visit us at http://www.asklewis.com
Here is a Great Visionary You’ve Probably Never Heard Of. Sidney Sanders McMath

Sidney Sanders McMath – (June 14, 1912 – October 4, 2003) was a decorated U.S. Marine, attorney and the 34th Governor of Arkansas (1949–1953) who, in defiance of his state’s political establishment, championed rapid rural electrification, massive highway and school construction, the building of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, strict bank and utility regulation, repeal of the poll tax, open and honest elections and broad expansion of opportunity for black citizens in the decade following World War II.


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