What a beautiful commemorative biographical story of real good that was done to help many real good kids who went on to be good men! I always remembered the true story of Jim Thorpe All-American which stood out to me in a profound way not only because Hollywood in its heydays memorialized him in a film but because I thought how Jim was a real deal genuine American; a really great athlete and good heart of a man that stood for something bigger than life!
God bless him and all Native American’s!
But though this story may have a very sharp and sad tone to it; the common decency and love that was found by many young men over time in this home for orphans shows the unceasing spirit of love and goodness that really exists in many locales across this great Nation under God! We all have heard that with God all things are made possible and these lives are a testimony to that faith in the higher power and eternal love of God Almighty! I get a tear in my eyes thinking about the dedication of so many good people that made and make this possible!
These people are all larger than life to me!
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
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