“I had gotten to a point of my career where I made a lot of money and had some semblance of fame and I was just burnt. I had just had it.”
This statement by radio disc jockey Wally Orlando resonates with many people. Too often our personal identities are wrapped up in what we do, not who we really are. In Wally’s case a successful radio career was driving him to a place he didn’t want to go—becoming an angry, negative person who had no time for others, and especially God.
Wally was at the end of his rope, but fought for his identity. His story is encouragement for all who fight the same battle.”