“The most important thing in life is knowing the most important things in life.”
—David F. Jakielo
Today’s story is contributed by Dr. Bruce H. Jackson.
My father was a self-made man. Growing up during the Depression was a great challenge and blessing for him.
His father, my grandfather (who I never met), was a blind doctor. He made house calls in exchange for eggs and fresh produce. I’m always amazed how this man’s diligence and grit rubbed off on my father.
My father told me of the days he hunted for squirrel and rabbit so they could supplement their meals. He worked before and after school. The family lived a very frugal and controlled life — as my grandfather didn’t like to have his children leave the property much or be out of his control. READ MORE