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Feature Article by Frosty Wooldridge
Much of life in every civilization revolves around money, power and status. Some youngsters enjoy instant success from their parents while others begin in poverty. Everyone learns the ways of the world by the time they reach 18.
They understand the inequities, discriminations and biases. Some let their beginnings define them while others take action to change them. Let's face it; we all make comparisons.
I am reminded of a sewing circle of old Catholic women. All carried great pride in their sons.
The first mother said, "I am so proud of my son. He became a priest so when his parishners address him, they say "Father."
The second mother proudly spoke up, "My son became a bishop so when his flock addresses him, they say "Your grace."
The third mother bragged, "My son became a cardinal, so when his parishners address him, they say, "Your eminenc
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