South of downtown Boston sits the Library and Museum dedicated to the like of John F Kennedy. He was the charismatic President that was sadly taken way too early in life. The native son of Massachusetts lived quite the life on his way to become President, graduating from Harvard, become a hero in WWII, and eventually finding his way into public service. It was really his drive and vision that united a country to accomplish impossible things. His words kicked off the push to the Moon as well as created the Peace Corps. Maybe his legacy would be something different if he had not been taken so early, as I believe that it took Lyndon B. Johnson to get many of these projects across the finish line. That non-withstanding, I appreciated the insight into his life and message. He created the spark the lighted a fire of service for a generation that continues to burn today.