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I love memoirs.

As I live this crazy life, as I ride the bumps, take the sharp curves, marvel at the beauty, weather the hardships, as I cry and laugh and pause, I wonder and wonder how we all do it, how other people do it, what their triumphs and weaknesses look like. 669 more words



“Someone once told me that the power in all relationships lies with whoever cares less, and he was right. But power isn’t happiness, and I think that maybe happiness comes from caring more about people rather than less…”

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Jagmeet Singh's new memoir, a compelling story about overcoming abuse, opts for the personal over the political

OTTAWA — There’s a particularly gut-wrenching scene in Jagmeet Singh’s new memoir, Love & Courage, where he returns as a young lawyer to his father’s Windsor apartment, littered with empty liquor bottles and lottery tickets. 1,349 more words


Prince's Unfinished Memoir 'The Beautiful Ones' Set To Be Released This Fall

Prince’s estate announced that they have finally finished the memoir he was working on at the time of his death and it’s set to drop this fall. 126 more words


Reading John Gunther

Title: Death Be Not Proud; Copyright 1949, 1953

Written by his own  father, this is a very humble book about a story of a child (John Gunther Junior, 1929-1947) and an  illness  designed to bring inspiration to life, whose own life ended at seventeen years. 286 more words

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Easter Story: When Buildings Are More Than Mere Buildings

Today I attended an exquisite Easter Sunday service at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in my little Vermont hometown, but in the midst of the gorgeous music and liturgy couldn’t help thinking about Notre Dame Cathedral and the people of France. 939 more words


"Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right..."

(Disclaimer: please excuse the cliche in the title – those who follow my blog know that I do not like cliches and hesitate to use them, as most writers do. 4,408 more words