A Thousand Goodbyes: A Son's Reflection on Living, Dying, and the Things That Matter Most

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Thomas Nelson, 2001 - Religion - 189 pages
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In this beautifully written, reflective, and sometimes humorous book, Jim Huber, host of CNN's The Sporting Life, tells of his precious final months with his father. His recollections of those last days include moments that brought him to tears-both from crying and laughing-as he discovered what matters most in life. Along the way, he recalls the stories of athletes who have faced overwhelming odds or triumphed over personal tragedies-offering spiritual insight into the lives and deaths of such noted sports figures as Payne Stewart and Walter Payton.

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This was one of my favorite memoirs or inspirational books. The author Jim Huber an Emmy award winning journalist makes a touching story of his relationship with his father during his Father's final days.. Well written and easy for many to relate with. I would recommend this book as a good read. Read full review

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chapter one just never get old
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chapter three walking to heaven
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chapter seven a longdistance calling
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Jim Huber is the Emmy-award-willing essayist and commentator for Turner Sports -- TNT and TBS -- covering Wimbledon, NASCAR, the NBA, golf tournaments, and figure-skating competitions. Huber was with CNN for sixteen years, during which time he won a national Emmy, two Cable ACE awards, and an Edward R. Murrow award. He has been in the media through newspapers, radio, and television since 1964. He and his wife, Carol, have been married for thirty-five years and have one son, Matthew.

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