this needs to be on every site and book the sca has...just an idea
- "To quote the Man of La Mancha:
To dream the impossible dream
To fight the unbeatable foe
To bear with unbearable sorrow
To run where the brave dare not go
When we follow our dream, we do this, and more, in pursuit of it. And
in the SCA, we do 'follow the dream.' We are not mindlessly re-
creating a battle won and/or lost centuries ago. We do not blindly
follow a set of directions. Each of us is free to pursue that dream
in our own way, and somehow--I don't know how--it works! What court
would have had the cultural diversity that one may see at any given
SCA event? Garb spans the centuries and even across the continents!
An Elizabethan lady may sit next to a barbarian during court.
Japanese warriors fight Saxons on the field of honor. Where in
history is that? We follow this dream because there is something in
each of us that longs for the days of chivalry. A place where a lady
is treated like a precious flower. A place where we swear fealty not
only to a king and queen, but to an ideal. And in this little world
that we create, it transforms from an impossible dream to a possible
Sorcha inghean Domhnail"
you cant say it any better ....and if you dont understand this ....then I really feel sorry for you.
Change is in the heart... age is in the mind... Beauty and or truth is in the eye of the beholder....But Kindness is Eternal.
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