John Wooden on Trusting Friends…

by 7 years ago

“When my son was in high school, he wanted a car. I said, “You work hard in the summer and save up for half, and I’ll pay the other half.” So he saved up, and I came home one day and Nellie was distraught. Jim had given his money to a friend. I said to Jim, “Do you think you’ll get it back?” He said, “Dad, what did you always teach me? He’s my friend. Haven’t I heard you say your greatest joy is doing something for someone with no thought of something in return?” Hearing your own words come back at you can make you smile. Later that year, his friend paid him back.” —Coach John Wooden.


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