I was at home living with my parents, working at CCH Computax, and going to school at El Camino Community College.
2. What did you worry about–what was that one thing that you feared the most?
Being unemployed and penniless, without and education
3. What did you hope the future held for you?
That I would graduate college, find a good job, and retire from that organization with a full pension and a gold watch.
4. How did you define what it meant to be a man?
Being a man meant taking care, and protecting, my family.
5. What advice do you give today to that young man of yesterday?
Stay in college and get the most education you can. Don’t just go to graduate. Get the education, and stay until you’ve earned a post graduate or doctorial degree. I also would’ve told myself to seek God’s face to find out His vision for my life.