December 12, 2018

We can't ascribe our own values

This article was published November 26, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Several years ago, when I first began my daily radio program, I had a wonderful lady working for me by the name of Desmond Allen. This was back in the days when we produced the programs on cassette tape, and a part of Desmond's duty was to mail the tapes to our stations and then check them back in when they were returned. One day she was a little distraught and said to me, "Some of our stations do not return our tapes, and I would never dream of not returning them." Then she later told me what she had been doing. She said, "I have been ascribing my values to someone else."

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