Friday, February 12, 2016
Tonight I’m speaking to a few hundred lawyers at the annual meeting of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. As I write this post I’m on a plane. The woman beside me is watching “Downton Abbey” on an iPad (Mrs. Patmore is scolding Daisy), and I’m reading an insightful book about how a longtime friendship between two Founding Fathers was severed after Thomas Jefferson used his position to secretly vilify John Adams. Once exposed, Jefferson tried to blame his actions on others, only deepening Adams’ sense of betrayal.
Ever feel beaten down by life? Ever been betrayed? Wounded? Bitter? We’ve all been there. I have a new book called MAKE A CHOICE features 7 short stories about ordinary people who fought through extraordinary hardship to find happiness.