Steve Jobs and the power of adoption

Steven Paul Jobs was born 24th February 1955 the child of Joanne Carole Schieble (later Simpson), an American and Abdulfattah John Jandali, a Syrian.

He was placed for adoption by his young graduate birth parents shortly after his birth and was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs.

When asked once about his "adoptive parents" he replied definitely and emphatically that they "were my parents".

There can be no better advertisement or endorsement of the power of adoption than Steve Jobs.

Take a child - nurture, teach and above all love them.

Then set them free upon the world for them to make their mark, make their mistakes, fall in love, fall out of love, be wise, be foolish - but always be yours.

Steve Jobs was given a second chance through adoption and in turn gave us so much.

PollenTree was designed in the US by a brilliant Serbian designer Denis Radenkovic using a Mac.

The technical details, everyday emails and adminstration are done by us the PollenTree Team on Macs in the UK. We answer your emails and reach out to you using Macs, iPhones and iPads.

What you see today would probably not be possible without the technical power, stability, elegance and simplicity of Apple products.

If you use PollenTree you are using the end-product of Apple products.