Tri-City Ledger -

By Lou Vickery
Guest Writer 

The Sunshine Report

 

June 11, 2020



Emil lived in a small village in Southern France. He was employed as a stone cutter, toiling daily at the task of reducing huge boulders to brick-size stones. Steadily he would cut and chipped with a wooden mallet at the mountain of boulders, stacking the bricks he created carefully as he went.

For twenty years Emil labored at his job, and each year he grew more and more weary of the drudgery. Chip…cut…stack, chip…cut…stack, and on it went each day.

As soon as one boulder was reduced to a brick, there stood inevitably the challenge of the next boulder. Emil was becoming overwhelme...



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