David Redding, DREDD as he’s known to those closest, is a mood. He’s a mood because, in 10 seconds or less, you will either see or hear about the people or things he values most. His priorities are clear. His purpose clearer.
Because David has such clarity and conviction, and because his values are so apparent, he inserts himself comfortably and intentionally in a polarized world. To some, David may be a bull in a china shop. To others, David has saved their lives. What a dichotomy. Is it a false one?
From a lawyer perspective, the thing most interesting, at least for the purpose of today’s conversation, is the concept of living an integrated life. When did he feel comfortable being the same person he was at home, at work? And vice versa obviously.