There is a lot of value in hearing the life stories of our elders. It is interesting to see how their thought on life may have changed or matured throughout their lifetime. Today, Lee is speaking with 89 year old Joe Goodman, whom he met at a nearby senior center. Join him as he questions Joe and hear Joe's thought and stories about immigrant parents, the death of his first child, his divorces, growing up with 12 siblings, and his service in the military, to name a few. He entertains with his great singing voice and keeps a great spirit and humor throughout all the topics our chat stumbles through. Lee says "I felt inspired after chatting with Joe".
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The events and views that have shaped the life of a well-lived individual.
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