What changes when someone gives up a life focused on the pursuit of family and career and, instead, commits to a lifetime of intentional poverty, service and a singular focus on something greater than himself?
I interviewed a refugee from Cameroon who fled his country in order to save his life. He has been traveling for two months trying to reach the United States. The following is the unedited interview. For his own security, I did not show his face.
So what I'm saying here is when somebody with zero background in journalism starts telling me how things are supposed to be, I look at them with the same level of disbelief and awe as my musician friend looked at me. To put it more succinctly, Fox News is the Florida Georgia Line of journalism. Or maybe Old Town Road if you'd like a different example. Weirdly appealing, but there's no depth there.
What can I say? It's definitely a locals' hangout and a bonafide dive bar. The beer is cold and comes in bottles. It's the kind of place you probably won't get stabbed as long as you're not a jerk, but you might get tossed out the door by the patrons if you're rude to the bartender.