A Labor of Love

This being Labor Day Weekend I wanted to share with so my viewers an episode that epitomizes the term “A Labor of Love.”
It was a conversation I had with the legendary Hall-of-Fame baseball player Cal Ripken, Jr. 

Known as “The Iron Man of Baseball,” he holds the one record that most agree will never be broken, when he passed Lou Gehrig’s previous record and played in 2,632 consecutive games. 
Cal is admired not only for his relentless determination but also for his unparalleled integrity and the love he had for the game.
If you enjoy the journey, you’re going to be more involved.  And then you’ll always be in the game.
Below is the complete episode and on this Labor Day, view all your work like Cal did and you too will “always be in the game.”
I never felt I had a secret.  I just played baseball because I loved the game and because I had been taught certain values and principles that prevented me from backing away from anything.

Have a joyous long weekend and may all of your days be a labor of love,
Barry

EPISODE LISTINGS and TIMES ARE IN THE TAB AT THE TOP OF THE BLOG.

TO CONTACT BARRY E-MAIL HIM AT: barrykibrick@aol.com

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