Tuesday, January 21, 2014


He’d always had a soft spot for those less fortunate, he could see that now; but there was more than that. Jayden did what he could by donating to local organizations, and even encouraged his employees to donate their time at soup kitchens, orphanages, or any other charitable programs in the Metroplex. One of the many perks to working for Masterson Metalworks was being granted up to five days each year, with pay, to take off for volunteering. 

Yet, as Jayden stood there reflecting, it became clear to him that he had a knack for getting involved with souls who needed more than basic material care.

In opening his heart to love he’d also allowed his sight to widen, and with a jolt of acute clarity, realized he’d never been the cold, emotionless bastard he’d once thought. The powerful Jayden Masterson was a mere man. Go figure.

(c) R.E. Hargrave 2014


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