Inspiration: Walking in another man's shoes
I don’t know that I can tell a man “I understand” his challenge in life, but I will certainly be able to better relate to what he is going through when I’m “walking in another man’s shoes.”
A man named Mel Trotter didn’t want to follow in the misguided footsteps of his father, so he left the “bar scene” to take up barbering, and it proved to be financially rewarding. But it also became a two-edged sword. It also gave him the ability to gamble and drink as well.
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