Posted on Tuesday, July 26, 2011
in Financial, How To, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
While many people try to avoid responsibility, Stanley Baker set another standard.
As reported in World Magazine, Stanley Baker bought a book at garage sale. The parking ticket he found inside the book was dated 1975. “And despite the fact that the parking ticket wasn’t issued to him—and was now 36 years past due—the Pentwater, Mich., 89-year-old figured that he might as well pay.”
So last month, Baker put the $1 payment for the 1975 ticket in the original envelope along with a note that read, “Better late than never,” and mailed it…”