A Tow Trucker’s Perspective on Love

Posted: May 8, 2014 by Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) in About PEP, Driving Values, Love
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wreckWe received this email from one of our graduates who is now employed as a tow truck driver. The subject line was “love.”

I am reminded every day by the homeless people I see on the roads and under the bridges that I have come a long way but still need work and growth comes by the grace of God. Thank you for believing in me and giving me a chance. I saw death last night in a car on the freeway when a drunk driver rolled over 5 times. While they cut him out with the jaws of life I hooked up to the pick-up and wondered whether he had any kids or a wife that he left behind to survive on their own. Choices rule our lives and we must learn from each of them. I prefer learning from others mistakes, but without personal experience life would be nothing. I want to take this time to thank my God and my friends who have endured with much suffering and patience my decisions.

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