The Power Of Selfish And Selfless Purpose – And Walking To the South Pole

The Power Of Selfish And Selfless Purpose

In 1986, when Robert Swan first reached the South Pole after a 70-day, 900-mile walk — leading the first team to do so — his irises bleached by ultraviolet radiation passing through the newly opened hole in the ozone, he reported having had two thoughts: “We’re not dead,” and “Now what?”