Jordyn not tool
In the introductory material, an overall theme of passion for what you do stood out to me. The writer David Isay seemed very passionate about people using their respective creative outlets. Of the three profiles, Robert Shields stood out to me the most. He was clearly very passionate about the diary that he kept. This interested me the most just for the sheer dedication that he put in to maintaining the journal. The effort that Shields had to use in order to keep the journal on track and accurate was very intriguing to me. I personally do not see why someone would choose to do this willingly as hobby without pay, but it is still a cool thing from a relative point of view. The only question I would have for Robert Shields would be why, which they already asked.