“To change the world, one must always keep their eye on the horizon.” At this announcement the other glanced up, “Dismissing mundane concerns and focusing.”
As if to reinforce this sage message the orator took a sidewards step, avoiding the dog droppings deftly, though his companion’s step did falter.
“While one must consider the present, it is the hope in the future which should be predominant, for only in this means can we hope to instigate change.”
These words did inspire a grumble and Whiston Churchill glanced down, brow furrowing, “They’re just flowers Rufus, leave.”
“Now, where was I …”