Shine Your Light on Others
There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit.
On a Monday morning in the fall of 1982, I nosed my car onto I-285, drove two exits north, and got off at Tucker, a community on the northeast outskirts of Atlanta. About 10 minutes after I’d stepped out the front door of our little Clarkston condo, I was pulling into an office complex parking lot for my first day at A.L. Williams. Ahh, I thought, now that’s a commute.
I slid into an empty slot, parked, and looked around. I noticed a big old Winnebago there. On the side, like a billboard ...