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This morning, Hubs told me that Steve Jobs died.

I was shocked. I didn’t even know he was sick.

As the day went on everyone seemed to be blogging about how Steve Jobs had impacted their life. I found one article which quoted a graduation speech he made at Stanford. Apparently, Steve Jobs was adopted. His birth mother was an unmarried, pregnant graduate student. She chose to give birth and to place him for adoption. Suddenly, I saw Steve Jobs as more than an entrepreneur. His life was a brave example of what it means to be pro-life.

Steve Jobs changed our everyday life.

I went from this…

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To an iPod. (Now called an iPod classic.)

Next, our understanding of the telephone was altered by the iPhone.

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In 2008, we finally bought a new computer and knew we wanted to purchase a Mac.

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Hubs called this Schäfer’s “Steve Jobs” outfit.

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Today, I found myself pondering how much our lives have been changed by one orphan.

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