This is how our forefathers did it: they walked with us.
Although they rowed their boats alone, we were the souls that drove them on. They did not lay waste their creeks and forests because they belonged to us. They could not soil their name because it was ours as well. They took hold of their inheritance of earth, harvesting fruit from trees they did not plant, and sowing trees whose fruit they would not eat, to the end that we, lonely workers of these rich acres, will never forget that we are not alone.