After I graduated from my university, I went to Washington, D.C., and got a job as an intelligence research analyst. After being cleared to work with sensitive materials including top secret, I entered the large work force that is the intelligence community.
Recently, as I was being trained as a volunteer for Hospice of Northeast Georgia Medical Center, I was introduced to the idea of making an ethical will. Here is my draft ethical will.
In January 1980, I took a group of college students on a study tour of the Soviet Union. While we were in the air over the Atlantic, President Carter announced that the United States would not participate in the Olympics scheduled to be held in the USSR that summer. He did this in protest of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in late 1979,
Though it is difficult for me to accept, I turn 80 this month, having been born in 1927, exactly 80 years back.