Persistent Fathers

By Julie Coulter I recently watched a public television documentary about the life of President Harry Truman. What struck me the most was his persistence. As a teenager, he had to work to help support his mother and sister after his father’s economic failures. In his twenties, he failed as an investor in a mine and an oil well, and then returned home to toil for years on his father’s farm. In spite of setback after setback, he kept working and studying on his own, because college was out of the question. Harry waited for years for Bess, his childhood sweetheart, to accept him as a suitor and then to finally marry him. All his life, Harry Truman kept searching for solutions, kept trying

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