Well, I wanted to post this up and see your reactions. The national archives in Washington D.C. has the image to the right as you enter. This statue is called "The Future"
The rest of this comes from the following link:
Statue The Future Architect John Russell Pope placed four monumental statues around the National Archives Building. Each was cut from a single block of limestone weighing 125 tons. Aitken's "The Future" sits on the Pennsylvania Avenue side of the building. The young woman lifts her eyes from the pages of an open book and gazes into the future. Its base is inscribed with a line inspired by Shakespeare’s play The Tempest: "What is Past is Prologue."
My question to you: What does the following mean or say to you: "What is PAST IS PROLOGUE"? Leave a comment on your ideas.