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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

A Tribute to a Man of Men

As promised in an earlier post, here's my feeble attempt to pay tribute to my friend and teacher that changed my life and the lives of thousands of others forever:


I never will forget the first time I noticed this man. It was in Bible class at church. He sat as a student in class, but when he opened his mouth to make a comment all I noticed was an emblem of peace and wisdom and a man of God. His presence of peace almost made me melt. I remember thinking, "Who is this man? I have to meet him." Each comment he made thereafter, each prayer he prayed, each time he spoke, each time I ...... (read more.......)

Here is my friend Ron talking about some of the work he did. What a man!


4 comments:

Shilpan said...

Jennifer,

It's heartbreaking to know that this man of passion and selfless love for others has rested in eternity. May be he will find peace with God and fulfill his purpose to make difference in our world full of pain.

Thanks for sharing this wonderful video.

Shilpan

Jennifer said...

Yes, Shilpan, It's heartbreaking for those of us who loved him and miss him so much. But I know he is rejoicing now and he was ready to go. He had fulfilled his purpose. He arranged everything so that his work will continue. I think that is what gives people satisfaction when they die....

Thank you for your input.

Dr. Nicole said...

I'm sorry for your loss...I had a really hard time last year when my teacher died, I dedicated my website to him...

http://kitchentablemedicine.com/dedication/

Jennifer said...

Nicole,
I'm so sorry about your teacher. Thank you so much for sharing. Looks like you are doing your part to make sure he lives on. How wonderful! Sounds like we have a lot in common making sure our teachers live on....

I am in the process of revamping my site and switching over to Word Press....The new site will focus on peace and mostly on Ron's teaching. You gave me a great idea... I think I may just dedicate it him.

More comments at your post at:

http://kitchentablemedicine.com/dedication/