“Mentoring brings us together – across generation, class, and often race –
in a manner that forces us to acknowledge our interdependence, to appreciate,
in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s words, that ‘we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality,
tied to a single garment of destiny.’
In this way, mentoring enables us to participate in the essential
but unfinished drama of reinventing community,
while reaffirming that there is an important role for each of us in it.”
— Marc Freedman.