This song that has always made Steve Jobs cry... This is his tragic story
We are learning more and more about the personal life of one of the most influential figures in the world of technology. The mark that Steve Jobs left in this world is unbelievable. Although Tim Cook may have surpassed Steve Jobs in managing Apple, the genius technological guidance is still largely present. Everything about him has been studied, including the small details related to his sense of humor, and this time we will talk about something more intimate and personal, because this story revolves around the song that always made him cry.
This is the tragic story behind the song that always made Steve Jobs cry.
Recently, the Steve Jobs archive released a book about Steve Jobs, containing many of his own writings, speeches, memos, and other types of content.
The book "Make Something Wonderful" surprised everyone with the intimacy it offers into the computer expert. Among other things, in this book, you can see how Jobs would cry every time he heard the song "Little Green" by singer and songwriter Joni Mitchell. In it, Mitchell speaks in first person about her experience of giving up her newborn daughter for adoption when she was only 23 years old.
This experience marked Mitchell's life and her future musical career, as she would never fully recover from one of the saddest events in her life. In her case, she later reunited with her daughter, a fact that also signifies a significant event in her life.
However, Jobs never wanted to know anything about his biological parents, specifically about his father Abdulfattah Jandali, because he met his birth mother, Joanne Schieble, when his adoptive mother Clara Jobs passed away in 1986. In fact, this was very important for him personally and in business. His upbringing in an adoptive family gave him certain advantages, primarily financial, but it also made him aware throughout his life of the uniqueness represented by his strange upbringing.
These stories reveal the human spirit behind the personality of Steve Jobs, one of the key players in modern computing. Thanks to him, personal computers exist as we know them, and he was one of the visionaries behind famous products such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod that have become a part of our daily lives.
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