All I know
is one evening, in our
living room, my wife
and I decided it was
a good idea to join
the Peace Corps.
So we did."
What the David Kadanes did puzzled and puzzles
a lot of people. Maybe because the Kadanes
weren't anywhere near twenty years old
anymore. Maybe because they gave up two
years' worth of a lot of salary, two years' worth
of a big job as General Counsel for the Long
Island Lighting Company, two years' worth of a
Jife they had spent their whole lives building
. . . just to join the Peace Corps.
But what a lot of people don't realize is
that the Peace Corps isn't just g place for just-out-
of- college kids with strong arms and heads
and good size hearts. The Peace Corps is a
place for people who want to do something
and can do something. It's a place for people
who want to see things and do things firsthand
and close up. People who want to give other
people a chance to get to know and understand
their country and themselves as they
really are. People who care about the world
and other people maybe even as much as they
care about themselves.
And, maybe more than anything, the
Peace Corps is a place for people who, for
some reason, are willing to give up whatever
they have to give up to do something they feel
they have to do. And the David Kadanes are
two of those people.
Write: The Peace Corps, Washington,
D. C. 20525. Ojb
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