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New York City Doorman Shows the Dignity of Work

Tim Keller writes about an ordinary doorman named Mike who does his job with enthusiasm and excellence.

[Mike] is one of fifteen doormen serving a large Manhattan co-op; his apartment building is home to about one hundred families. Now in his early sixties, Mike emigrated to the U.S. from Croatia as a young man and worked in many kinds ...
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