Honoring my father: Robert R. Scott (1919-2014)

Until a few days ago Dad was a living testimony to the value of the scripture that advises all to endure to the end. He was working for pleasure and profit. Dad said he continued to work in his retirement because loved what he was doing. Translating Portuguese documents into English for the church kept his mind sharp and energized even as his body began to wear out.  The work kept him alive, thriving and vital.  He presciently resigned from his translating job just two days before he passed away.

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Are corporations people too?

In short corporations, like people, make decisions to get involved in projects because they are worthy, needed, beneficial, measurable, and sustainable. And they make these decisions when they are pressured by own people – the conscience of the corporation. Or, when they are following the good example of progressive companies that understand the importance of enhancing the lives of their employees, their families, their communities and the world.

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