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Finding Clarity

September/October 2006

Ask Charles Hollis Jones what the happiest day of his life was, and he'll tell you — without a moment's hesitation — it was the day his father sold the family's dairy cows. As a child growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, Jones hated the early-morning milking routine. He says he actually chased the hated cows down the road that day, thrilled to see them go. It was, as he says, “goodbye discipline, hello freedom.”


Charles Hollis Jones

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