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When Breath Becomes Air - Summarized for Busy People: Based On the Book By Paul Kalanithi By Goldmine Reads
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Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic lung cancer at the age of thirty-six, just nearing his ten-year mark as a neurosurgeon in training.His diagnosis changed everything, including... More > the future that he and his wife, Lucy, had envisioned. When Breath Becomes Air is Kalanithi's account of his transition from being a young medical student fixated on answering the profound question about what makes one's life meaningful in spite of the certainty of death, to a trained neurosurgeon in charge of one's source of identity—the human brain, and ultimately to a man welcomed to fatherhood as well as to the realization of his mortality. What makes life worthwhile when death is but an inevitability? How will you move forward when the future you have imagined crumbles into an impasse? Why bring new life into the world when your own is slipping right between your fingers? These are only some of the thought-provoking questions Kalanithi presents in this masterfully written memoir.< Less
HIMBO! - Sex, Drugs, Celebrity, The Law of Attraction & Other Adventures (PDF) By Shaun Proulx
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HIMBO! is a life love letter from a man learning to live authentically without apology. A time capsule of sparkling yet gritty modern life, Shaun’s book debut includes no-holds-barred... More > provocative selections from his many contributions to the likes of The Globe & Mail and Xtra!, as well as thought-provocation from a multitude of celebrities he has interviewed for his acclaimed radio and TV shows – from Lady Gaga to Liza Minnelli, Betty White to Rosie O'Donnell. HIMBO! also sees Shaun publicly discuss for the first time something he’s kept private for years in The PROUD FM Memoir, his in-depth chronicle of his fast rise to quarterback host of the world’s first LGBT radio station, his tumultuous, often shocking experience there, and the invaluable life lessons he learned. With a forward by Shaun’s former radio partner in crime, producer / co-host Mark Wigmore, HIMBO! is a unique presentation of a man living life hard, joyfully, and to the fullest as a new millennium unfolds.< Less
The Man Shakespeare and his Tragic Life Story By Frank Harris
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from the INTRODUCTION by Frank Harris:INTRODUCTION This book has grown out of a series of articles contributed to "The Saturday Review" some ten or twelve years ago. As they appeared they... More > were talked of and criticized in the usual way; a minority of readers thought "the stuff" interesting; many held that my view of Shakespeare was purely arbitrary; others said I had used a concordance to such purpose that out of the mass of words I had managed, by virtue of some unknown formula, to re-create the character of the man. The truth is much simpler: I read Shakespeare's plays in boyhood, chiefly for the stories; every few years later I was fain to re-read them; for as I grew I always found new beauties in them which I had formerly missed, and again and again I was lured back by tantalizing hints and suggestions of a certain unity underlying the diversity of characters. These suggestions gradually became more definite till at length, out of the myriad voices in the plays.< Less
Lillibridge Houses, expanded version By James Lowell Hall
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Expanded edition has new section on the Hampton Lillibridge house,"the most haunted house in Savanna Georgia."The houses hauntings and other Paranormal Lillibridge phenomena are... More > recounted. Thomas Lillibridge, the first, moved to Rhode Island in the 1690's. All Lillibridge's in America are thought to be descended from him. Lillibridges continued to live on this land until the death of Janetta Lillibridge Brown in 1940. Their history and houses give insight into Americas history. The Reverend David Lillibridge, Thomas the first's grandson,"was almost gigantic in frame, and strong mentally and morally as well as physically." Joel Eno. He served in the army during the French and Indian War at age 15 years. Later he moved to Willington, CT near the time of the Revolutionary war. He founded a church and was its only pastor for over 50 years, His home is still standing and a National Historic site. David and his descendants history are told along with the history of the Reverend David Lillibridge house.< Less
My Way: A Memoir of Thomas E. Call IV By Thomas E. Call IV & Xiaodong Zhang
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Thomas E. Call IV shares the fascinating history of the Call family, which spans more than two hundred years, as well as his life story in this memoir. Call, who served in the Army during the Korean... More > War, returned home to start a career with the U.S. Postal Service, starting as a temporary substitute mail carrier in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1958. He’d go on to become national director of delivery for the entire U.S. Postal Service at its headquarters in Washington, D.C., retiring in 1988. He chronicles his successes and triumphs—as well as his domestic relationships—which ranged from heterosexual marriages to marrying a man thirty-four years younger and of a different cultural heritage. Many of Call’s gay friends have told him that they knew who they were sexually at a young age, and they’ve wondered why he “switched teams” so late in life. The saying that “People don’t change, but the times do” may have been true in his case. Any such thoughts were kept in the back of his mind as a young man.< Less
My Way: A Memoir of Thomas E. Call IV By Thomas E. Call IV & Xiaodong Zhang
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Thomas E. Call IV shares the fascinating history of the Call family, which spans more than two hundred years, as well as his life story in this memoir. Call, who served in the Army during the Korean... More > War, returned home to start a career with the U.S. Postal Service, starting as a temporary substitute mail carrier in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1958. He’d go on to become national director of delivery for the entire U.S. Postal Service at its headquarters in Washington, D.C., retiring in 1988. He chronicles his successes and triumphs—as well as his domestic relationships—which ranged from heterosexual marriages to marrying a man thirty-four years younger and of a different cultural heritage. Many of Call’s gay friends have told him that they knew who they were sexually at a young age, and they’ve wondered why he “switched teams” so late in life. The saying that “People don’t change, but the times do” may have been true in his case. Any such thoughts were kept in the back of his mind as a young man.< Less
SLAVE NARRATIVES Volume 6 By ARKANSAS CHAPTER 7
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Interviewer: Mrs. Bernice Bowden Person interviewed: John Young 923 E. Fifteenth, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Age: 89 “I know I was born in Arkansas. The first place I recollect I was in... More > Arkansas. “I was a drummer in the Civil War. I played the little drum. The bass drummer was Rheuben Turner. “I run off from home in Drew County. Five or six of us run off here to Pine Bluff. We heard if we could get with the Yankees we’d be free, so we run off here to Pine Bluff and got with some Yankee soldiers—the twenty-eighth Wisconsin. “Then we went to Little Rock and I j’ined the fifty-seventh colored infantry. I thought I was good and safe then. “We went to Fort Smith from Little Rock and freedom come on us while we was between New Mexico and Fort Smith. “They mustered us out at Fort Leavenworth and I went right back to my folks in Drew County, Monticello. “I’ve been a farmer all my life till I got too old.”< Less
My Footprint By Marie Dicker Haas
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Marie Dicker Haas knew how to make friends and keep them—and being connected to others was what she treasured most. In this memoir, her spirit shines through, as do her philosophies on life,... More > which she developed over more than 90 years before her death in 2017. From her formative days growing up on Staten Island, New York, to her years at Cornell University, through the World War II years, and on to life as it unfolded, she writes with a thoughtful, creative style. She writes courageously of her loves, including the death of Sammy Greenwald during World War II, which she writes “affected me more profoundly than any other event I had experienced until that time.” He had been born next door, and he’d always been in her life. Years later, Marie eloped with a concert violinist who melodiously transformed her life for the next twenty-five years, and two children gave her the opportunity to experience one of her greatest joys: motherhood. She also shares lessons from her greatest challenges.< Less
The Sum of All Things: Connecting with the Spirit and God in Us All By Derek L. Gray
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Have you ever had a moment that redefined everything you thought to be true about life, family, and faith? Derek L. Gray had such a moment in the fall of 2014, when he suffered a series of personal... More > and professional setbacks that left him seeking answers to life’s biggest questions. He was greeted by God and a host of spiritual guides more than happy to provide answers. In this book, he acts as a messenger of God, sharing what he learned over the course of two years. During that time, he spoke with angels, witnessed life hours after his birth, observed life before he was born, and crossed the veil to speak to his dad again. These amazing experiences—along with working side by side with his spiritual mother, Liese, and his spiritual guide, Harman, shape the life-changing messages in this book. If you’ve always been convinced that we can learn nothing more about God than what is written in the Bible, then open your mind to new ideas.< Less
The Sum of All Things: Connecting with the Spirit and God in Us All By Derek L. Gray
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Have you ever had a moment that redefined everything you thought to be true about life, family, and faith? Derek L. Gray had such a moment in the fall of 2014, when he suffered a series of personal... More > and professional setbacks that left him seeking answers to life’s biggest questions. He was greeted by God and a host of spiritual guides more than happy to provide answers. In this book, he acts as a messenger of God, sharing what he learned over the course of two years. During that time, he spoke with angels, witnessed life hours after his birth, observed life before he was born, and crossed the veil to speak to his dad again. These amazing experiences—along with working side by side with his spiritual mother, Liese, and his spiritual guide, Harman, shape the life-changing messages in this book. If you’ve always been convinced that we can learn nothing more about God than what is written in the Bible, then open your mind to new ideas.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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