Young men should turn their backs on pointless university degrees
The dignity of work is an elusive quality to which we pay lip service, but often forget. It disappears when we work only for money, or only for career advancement, or only for social prestige. But most people don't have jobs which allow them to buy a new car every year or run big corporations. They get up early every morning, work hard, raise a family, make a few friends, contribute to their community, and retire. Their names never appear in the newspaper, but they are the bedrock of our society. Karl Stephan pays tribute to one of these men, a black blacksmith in central Texas named Ulysses Cephas, in a wise and touching essay. Read it below.
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