James L. A. Huetson

James L. A. Huetson
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I was born in the middle of the winter in a small apartment in the back of a gas station that my father was operating. My father said that it was so cold in the room that the steam from the water he had been instructed to boil was freezing on the ceiling. We moved often during my childhood. At one point we lived below Table Mountain outside Mamouth AZ while my father guarded a gold mine. It was 19 miles by Model T and 9 miles on horse back to get into it. There were two people within walking distance from us and it was a half day horseback ride to the next nearest neighbor. I dropped out of the College of Idaho to enlist in the US Airforce in 1951. I served overseas in the occupation ... more »

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Love One Another

When love is given to another,
Only the giver can completely
And truly understand that love.
If unexpressed, love is unknown.
For the person being loved
To know that they are loved
It must be put across by action.
The human expression of love
Is distorted because there is no
Word or action sufficient
To give expression to love.

The persons receiving love
Add to the distortion because
They can only perceive love
Based on words or acts that
Have meant love to them
In their life experiences.
Human love is, therefore,
Immensely more ...

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