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Keven Moore: In work and in life, the wisdom gained is often underrated and overlooked

My grandfather Charlie Clemons was a small-time tobacco farmer and, like many in that generation in rural Kentucky, he grew up without running water or electricity just outside Peonia. At a young age, he was kept out of school by his father to help work the farm, thus causing him to live the rest of his life shackled with illiteracy. Yet, Charlie Clemons was one of the wisest men that I have ever...

Jeff Rubin: A Mother’s Day story to say ‘have a happy day’ to all Moms as we learn to appreciate wisdom

I always felt loved by my mom. I never doubted it for a minute. Her wisdom, on the other hand, was something I didn’t learn to appreciate until much later in life. Happily married for 46 years, my mother was a woman of her time. Yet in many ways as I came to understand, she was way ahead of her time. I was the youngest in a household of three boys. Mom always reminded us that she loved each of her...

Keven Moore on Insurance: In work and in life, wisdom is often underrated, overlooked

My grandfather Charlie Clemons was a small-time tobacco farmer and, like many in that generation in rural Kentucky, he grew up without running water or electricity just outside Peonia. At a young age, he was kept out of school by his father to help work the farm, thus causing him to live the rest of his life shackled with illiteracy.   Yet, Charlie Clemons was one of the wisest men that I have...