Character in Real Life - One-Minute Testimonials

CREATIVITY – A One-Minute Testimonial Announcement

Faith Committee, Character Council of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky


Contributed from Encyclopedia of 15,000 Illustrations


Chicago taxi driver Milton Bronstein may be the most unusual cabby in the world. The Chrysler Corporation and the American taxicab industry have entitled him, “Outstanding cab driver of the entire nation.”

Cabby Bronstein carries an assortment of printed placards in his cab. He may show, “How well do you know your Bible?” A passenger may receive a free ride by answering a Bible question. Another placard reads, “Believe in God and pray for peace. Free ride to your place of worship.”

For several years Bronstein has practiced giving free rides to handicapped people. What prompts Milton Bronstein to give this unexpected service? The answer is found in his philosophy of life: “Half of what I have belongs to those in need.”

[Reproduced with permission from Encylopedia of 15,000 Illustrations, by Paul Lee Tan,
Communications, Inc., Dallas, TX, 1998, #839]


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