All about Amy

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - Philosophy - 72 pages
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Born in San Francisco, California, Lewis Rabin has been a full time surfer and avid motorcyclist for many years. He along with his dad, David Rabin, has run many businesses while also attending several colleges in California and Hawaii. Along with his sister, Elicia, he has traveled extensively through the United States and Europe. This narrative caps a culmination of world travel and many visits to different universities worldwide. The narrative, although short in length, is a looking glass into the daily lives of many folks here and in our neighboring countries around the world. All About Amy illustrates the regular person's struggle to belong. In modern day society we seem to lose sight of our basic human instinct to form a genuine human link to other people. All About Amy in its simplicity breaks through that barrier and lets us see ourselves always looking for that elusive companionship and never quite finding it. In modern day society we get lost in cellular text messaging and with electronic data. We forget many times why we are here and what is most important. All About Amy leaves behind the day to day monotony of modern day existence and reaches out to the human compassion that somehow we lost in the 20th century.

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