Winds of change have turned us in search of basic values. The time has come for someone to nudge us back in the direction of being what we always were-the most caring nation in the history of the world.
Since the United States Senator Ted Moss was born in 1911, everything has changed, yet nothing has changed. We still spend most of our time hunting and gathering. Only the pace has changed. Amid the chaos, Ted found a constant north star in the ever-changing night sky that guided him through thirty-six years of public service.
This fascinating book reveals the sense of joy that guided him as a scholar, husband, father, judge, county attorney, watermaster, naturalist, explorer, legislator, politician, and patriarch.