As Glen Gordon continues to explore Jonathan Mosen’s life, Jonathan describes picking himself up from the depths of despair using a formula that had worked so well for him before. This time, it earned him his first full-time commercial radio gig.
We learn about his first after-school job.
Like many other blind people, Jonathan was fascinated by telephones and the phone system. We learn about some of his phone escapades.
Jonathan talks about moving to mainstream schools with resource rooms, and interactions with blind and sighted peers.
When he wasn’t studying or doing his after-school job, he was also in a theatre group.
We learn about Jonathan becoming a Christian, and how and why he is now a confident, comfortable atheist.
Jonathan meets the young woman who would become the mother of his four children.