7 - Chapter 4 - Division of Labor
In this audio, Dan Brown speaks of the importance of the division of labor. He says that when men collaborate and work together, each one doing his own task, great things can be accomplished. He speaks of how division of labor resonates throughout all of life. Different people have different tasks in life none of them less significant then another but all very important for the proper functioning of society. In the family, division of labor is necessary, the husband, wife, and children have different responsibility, all of which help the family function properly.
William (Bill) E. Brown was a WWII P51 Mustang fighter pilot, arriving on the island of Iwo Jima to assist in bombing raids by protecting B-29 Super forts over Japanese targets. After the war, Bill Brown was a public school teacher in Alaska and California. He spent 10 years as a docent for the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. He now lives with his son Scott and his family in Wake Forest, NC and is a member of Hope Baptist Church.