366 days of gratitude

Had you walked into his funeral this morning not knowing him you would have walked out feeling you knew him well.

His family shared their memories of a loving family man; a hard worker; a good man who lived his faith and acted on his belief that you must give children something constructive to do to save them from the temptation to do something destructive.

Today I’m grateful for the long life of a good man who left the world a better place for his contribution to it.

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