Omni Scottsdale hotel and resort to renovate guest rooms and meeting space

In the essay "The Death of the Moth," Virginia Woolf observes a moth dying and reflects on the nature of life and death. Woolf sees a moth struggling and reflects on how life is a constant struggle against death, which is eventually victorious.

I have a vision that one day, this nation will stand up and embrace the truth of its creed. "We believe that all men are equal. I have a vision that this nation, one day, will live up to its creed and be true to it: "We believe these truths are self-evident and that all men were created equal." I have a vision that on the red hills in Georgia, sons of ex-slaves and sons from former slave owners can sit together at a table of brotherhood.