Speaking from 54 years' experience, the world towards a more perfect union is a never-endingconcern that involves each every one of us. Evidence that our nation is becoming a better placeis everywhere. But each new day, fear is, as the Jersey poet said, lurking in the darkness of theedge of dawn. Your rising from bed every morning will give fear its chance to grow stronger justas it will afford faith its chance to blossom. You will make the choice to react to one or createthe other, and because you are smart enough to earn your place on this college day at YaleUniversity. You will sense the moment, and you will know what to do. In the meantime,ponder this front in the struggle against ceaseless fear, and ceaseless flow, in the comingmonths and years, veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, will finally come home for good,at so many tours. And we know this...and we know this, some after many tours of the war andbody he saw spent great portion of their lives.
eg. Success is a never-ending process.
eg. We have to make a decision; otherwise there's a never-ending debate.
2. react to
eg. They did not react to this provocation.
eg. People don't react to reality; they react to their perception of reality.
3. in the meantime
eg. In the meantime I had a better chance, as I supposed, before me.
eg. In the meantime, something more interesting could evolve.
4. for good
eg. The days of big-time racing at Herne Hill had gone for good.
eg. A few shots of this drug cleared up the disease for good.