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Good morning dear virtual friends, how are you this morning? While drinking my first morning coffee, I came across one beautiful post that I wanted to share with you.
Have you heard of a man named Dale Sreder?
Dale Schroeder, a carpenter from Iowa, has been doing this job for 67 years, most of his life he wore two pairs of blue jeans, one for church and one for work, and drove a rusty Chevrolet truck, but he managed to send 33 strangers to college.
That happened after his death in 2005. As a young man, Schroeder was poor and did not have the opportunity to study, so he wanted to help people who are in a similar situation as him. He worked hard, but he saved a lot. During his life, he saved 3 million dollars, which he kept for some higher purpose. That mission ended last year when Kira, a woman who wanted to be a therapist, was ready to give up on her dreams, and received an invitation that the entire amount of $ 80,000 would be paid into her account. Since Dale had no children now, 33 people who have become teachers, doctors and other professionals call themselves Dale's children.
Last year, all of Dale's children gathered to meet and pay tribute to this great man who lived modestly. The topic of conversation was how a man, when they did not meet, affected their lives. And how they will also influence others in similar ways, because that is the only way to repay him for this generous deed.
How big a man do you have to be and how big a heart do you have to have to do such a wonderful thing for strangers? The extremely noble meaning of life was chosen by this man for himself! This is truly one of the most beautiful stories I have read lately.
We are all human, but rarely is anyone human! What are you going to do nicely today?