JEROME, Ariz.—Terry “T” Donahue never became an outlaw biker though he had his rowdy moments.
He had everything he wanted in the form of “stuff”—everything except the one intangible thing that mattered.
A feeling of wholeness.
“There had always been a kind of lack in my heart. I had all the toys—the home, the motorcycles, the cars—but there was always something missing,” said Donahue, president of the Ascendants Motorcycle Club in Phoenix.
Donahue is now older, and wiser, in a graying goatee. He admits he’s mellowed as he proudly dons the colors of his faith-based motorcycle club….
Source: The Epoch Times