Band-aids for Peace

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2006 - 116 pages
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BAND-AIDS FOR PEACE has something for everyone's pain. It is not all sad or all bad. It tells about realistic events from the cradle to the grave. There are events that will make you laugh, such as the sassy old lady in "Don't Mock Me Because I Am Old" and some that will make you cry, such as understanding the reasons in the "Nightmare of Birth Defects Through the Eyes of a Baby." No one ever thinks of how the baby must feel who is born with birth defects. Every passage will leave you with a lasting impression. Some of the events are true stories of events witnessed by this author that left an impression of how one man can be inhuman to another. BAND-AIDS FOR PEACE has something for everyone's pain. Many of the events have a poetic swing to them, but every event tells a story. I attempted to give a message with each selection. The selections are in no chronological order. Yet, they span decades in a life of both joy and turmoil. You will find teens who see their parents as old and out of date, babies in pain crying for answers, and even men in prison who seek relief from the guilt they carry inside. You will see the struggle with answers when a loved one passes on and the joy of a couple in love. You will see images captured during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita that devastated the Gulf Coast region and left people homeless and crying for answers. Then you will look into several religious selections for persons involved in the church. BAND-AIDS FOR PEACE attempts to both enlighten the reader and help to stimulate the mind in a search for more answers about oneself.

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