My Thoughts

Author: Nancy Pendleton
ISBN: 9781939351265
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I have chosen to use these small books as a way to give something special to those I love the most. Small books, huge impact.

True Tales Of American Life

Author: Paul Auster
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571266789
Size: 17.39 MB
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Chosen by Paul Auster out of the four thousand stories submitted to his radio programme on National Public Radio, these 180 stories provide a wonderful portrait of America in the twentieth century.

Dreams From My Father

Author: President Barack Obama
ISBN: 9780857862389
Size: 15.48 MB
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This sudden news inspires an emotional odyssey for Obama, determined to learn the truth of his father's life and reconcile his divided inheritance.Written at the age of thirty-three, Dreams from my Father is an unforgettable read. it ...

In My Father S Arms

Author: Matisun
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595267394
Size: 57.40 MB
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Oh Lord, You know my heart, my thoughts. You see what God created, I see what
I created. The two are so different. One is love, the other fear. I think, “I have such
a long way to go to be with You Father.” But my heart whispers, “No child, you
have but to turn your thoughts toward Me, that is all. Let Me show you who you
really are. You do not have to do or become anything. For I made you, what
would you add to One cre— ated by God? It is in the things that you add that
bring you pain ...

My Father S Guru

Author: Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Publisher: Untreed Reads
ISBN: 1611875374
Size: 28.52 MB
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Unlike me, my father does not now feel betrayed, he has no sense of having
wasted years of his life, no indignation. There is no disillusion for my father. When
I gave him the sixteen volumes of P.B.'s posthumously published Notebooks to
read, I thought that some of the obvious nonsense P.B. writes there would jolt him
awake, would shake some of his reverence for P.B. I was wrong. “I described P.B.
to you as a mystic,” he told me when he finished, “but I made a mistake. In fact, he