I had always considered the space station to be an example of cooperation between nations. I assumed that there were no country boundaries in the station - that it was all one large (relatively) without boarders. I guess I was wrong.
Where else do we build walls between people? Where else do we say, "this is mine; don't cross this line?" What walls can we tear down today?
(Note: The image of this church has nothing to do with the article, but I think it is a classic example of a white country church, and it was such a beautiful day to photograph it. The church sits in the shadow of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank.)