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Coming of Age By Sandra Martin Morgan
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Penned by Western Maine's beloved writer of everyday life, Coming of Age may be Sandra Martin Morgan's most revealing book to date: an unforgettable journey through our Golden Years. With her usual... More > wit and insight, Morgan offers a frank and unfailingly sympathetic look at what it means to be a senior citizen in the twenty-first century: the abiding power and support of companionship and family, the creeping everpresence of insecurity and poverty, misunderstandings arising from even routine trips to the grocery store, painful loss, memory's fortitude and celebration, and the real pleasures that a good ole' cat provides. Sandra Martin Morgan served as a celebrated weekly columnist for The Advertiser-Democrat newspaper. She is the author of Just . . . Thinking: Postcards from a Wacky and Wonderful Maine and Twilight: Poems Underground.< Less
Closer To The Hour --2 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Continuing journal of an old transsexual man living in poverty with his 2 parrots and cat. He is a writer, painter & goes to religious institutions in his spiritual quest. His life & times.... More > Many interesting interactions with fascinating characters. He lives in the queer, arts mecca, San Francisco. He sits in the sun on fire hydrants and ledges of buildings, writing his infameous NOTES, which comprise these journals; he is seeing a male hustler and a dancer at the gay men's strip show.< Less
Difficult Journey --2 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Continuing journal of an old transsexual man living in poverty with his 2 parrots and cat. He is a writer, painter & goes to religious institutions in his spiritual quest. His life & times.... More > Many interesting interactions with fascinating characters. He lives in the queer, arts mecca, San Francisco. He sits in the sun on fire hydrants and ledges of buildings, writing his infameous NOTES, which comprise these journals; he is seeing a male hustler and a dancer at the gay men's strip show.< Less
Wit and Wisdom: Unleashing the Philanthropic Imagination By Mark Constantine
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Featuring the voices and perspectives of ten diverse senior foundation executives, this book explores the nexus of philanthropy, racial equity, poverty, and community in the American South. In the... More > form of one-on-one conversations, philanthropic leaders reflect on their lives’ work and share lessons on how to lead these critical institutions with integrity and creativity. These inspiring stories challenge readers to take a fresh look at philanthropy’s potential to effect change.< Less
Wit and Wisdom: Unleashing the Philanthropic Imagination By Mark Constantine
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Featuring the voices and perspectives of ten diverse senior foundation executives, this book explores the nexus of philanthropy, racial equity, poverty, and community in the American South. In the... More > form of one-on-one conversations, philanthropic leaders reflect on their lives’ work and share lessons on how to lead these critical institutions with integrity and creativity. These inspiring stories challenge readers to take a fresh look at philanthropy’s potential to effect change.< Less
I Am A Soul --2 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The continuing journal of an old transsexual man living in poverty with his 2 parrots and cat. He is a writer, painter &... goes to religious institutions in his spiritual quest. His life &... More > times. Many interesting interactions with fascinating characters. He lives in the queer, arts mecca, San Francisco. He sits in the sun on fire hydrants and ledges of buildings, writing his infameous NOTES, which comprise these journals; he is seeing a male hustler and a dancer at the gay men's strip show.< Less
I Am A Soul --1 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The continuing journal of an old transsexual man living in poverty with his 2 parrots and cat. He is a writer, painter &... goes to religious institutions in his spiritual quest. His life &... More > times. Many interesting interactions with fascinating characters. He lives in the queer, arts mecca, San Francisco. He sits in the sun on fire hydrants and ledges of buildings, writing his infameous NOTES, which comprise these journals; he is seeing a male hustler and a dancer at the gay men's strip show.< Less
SAINTS-- Vol. 1 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The ongoing journal of an old transexual man who is a fine arts painter & writer. His struggles w/poverty in the city of San Francisco. His ongoing spiritual quest.
SAINTS-- Vol. 1 By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The ongoing journal of an old transexual man who is a fine arts painter & writer. His struggles w/poverty in the city of San Francisco. His ongoing spiritual quest.
Coffee Beans of Northern Minnesota By Bill Pearson
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Arvid Ellison is gracefully leading his wife through the Golden Years. Friends and family see a sweet and giving soul. Not everyone agrees. FBI Agent Woodhull won’t be fooled by an old man with... More > a Bible! He believes Arvie is lying and should spend his remaining years behind bars. Arvie speaks of hope and miracles. Just because something seems impossible, doesn’t make it so. God is capable of everything and may use an old codger and his friends to make a difference. Newspaper man, Sandy Marsh is after the truth. Is Arvie senile or purposely deceiving everyone? Could it be that he speaks the truth; that miracles are possible right here and now? From Bible study to a jail cell, new author, Bill Pearson, takes us on a journey from the least of us to the most powerful demonstrating that all things are possible. No matter who you are or what your past, God can make good from bad, right from wrong and may even use some old guy pouring coffee to change the world one baby boomer at a time.< Less