wrestling for relief of saddle-weary muscles. And then we all slept soundly until the next sunrise. Nobody seemed to have time to set up a lot of forbidden apples. I learned, rather, by example to do the things I should do. From heated political and world affairs discussion, I gathered a pretty fair knowledge of the world we live in. And so, my philosophy is very simple. I like people.
I think all work is honorable. If I do it well, I am a credit to myself and my community. If I do it poorly, I demean myself. I have a deep and abiding faith, and so I have never been afraid. I know my feet will lead me in the ways I am supposed to go, if I do my part. I early learned if I shared, others would share with me. As a child, I had security of mind, enough to eat, and a snug bed in which to