Hodding Carter, who won the Pulitzer Prize and stood for racial justice and religious tolerance, wrote in his 1953 book Where Main Street Meets the River: "A wise woman once said to me that there are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these she said is roots, the other, wings. And they can only be grown, these roots and these wings, in the home. We want our sons’ roots to go deep into the soil beneath them and into the past, not in arrogance but in confidence." If you are thinking of making a bequest to BODHI Australia in your will that would be great; if you would like information on how to do this please contact us. Thanks. We have had two bequests so far, including a donation that helped us start the Revolving Sheep Bank.