Jean Jacques Rousseau
Nov 24, 2004-- When Genesio Morlacci left $2.3 million to a small college, many people were astonished at the wealth amassed by a man who operated a dry-cleaning shop and later worked as a part-time janitor in retirement. Morlacci died last month at age 102 and left the University of Great Falls with an endowment that will generate roughly $100,000 a year in student scholarships. (2154 reads)
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As I get older, I realize that the thing I value the most is good-heartedness.
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