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  • By Donna Kopp
    May 20, 2015
    This is a big book, in number of pages, of course, but more importantly, in scope of ideas and life lessons. A woman of a certain age looks back on her life to this point and wonders, as all of us do at times, what it's all about. She has lovely, lyrical conversations with her veggie plants in her garden. She reminisces about her growing up years and sees it from an adult perspective. She looks at her professional life and wonders if she's made any impact at all on any of her students. And all of those thoughts get superimposed on world events. Her heart nearly breaks over the carnage happening in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in other parts of the world where there's constant unrest. She observes unrest here at home and uses much of her time as a retired person in activism, adding her voice to those of others to try to effect some little change, if at all possible. Yes, this is a big book. And well worth the read. I highly recommend it.
  • By Joan Franklin
    May 17, 2015
    A beautifully written and fulfilling search for the meaning of life. The author dares, reflects, and comes in the end to peace.
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Product Details

First Edition
PeaceWorks Publishing
March 7, 2015
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.51 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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