This iconic photograph, and the poem “His Name is Today” is not just a piece of art or literature. These in essence truly capture the underlying spirit of Touch.

This iconic photograph, and the poem “His Name is Today” is not just a piece of art or literature. These in essence truly capture the underlying spirit of Touch.

His Name is Today

“We are guilty of many errors and many faults,

But our worst crime is abandoning the children,

Neglecting the fountain of life.

Many of the things we need can wait,

The child cannot wait.

Right now is the time his bones are being formed,

His blood is being made,

And his senses are being developed.

To him we cannot answer ‘tomorrow’

His name is Today.

- Gabriela Mistral

(Nobel Prize Winning Poet from Chile)