Those who move here because in Charleston we; "have so many trees", " time seems to move slowly here", "Wow, at home the traffic could make us drive for hours to work", should attempt to keep this "Heritage" without adding to its demise. I believe in proficiency, too, and beautification, not delineation, genocide and destruction of a way of life.
Please educate me....What did Kennedy mean when he responded with "I don't step in dogs--t, either" when asked about gators and snakes on the banks? That the banks belong to the snakes and gators?
And "Koyaanisqatsi" ?
Oh my, the comment above, by Jocelyn is "spot on". Robert was a gentle genius who guided many misguided ballerina wannabees into feeling they flew light as a feather on the dance floor! Such a balance of talent and coaching skills is very rare. We, (students and the City of Charleston) have lost a great man. My hope is that he felt loved as much as I have from being in his presence. Dr. Ann Jenkins CoC 1985
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