Gifts Handed Down

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Herald Press, 1996 - Religion - 112 pages
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During his father's illness and death, J. Daniel Hess paused to remember. He took a journey into his heritage -- not a sentimental journey so much as a thoughtful walk among old things he received from his father and mother, who received them from their families, who inherited them. These old things turned out to be of unimaginable value.

Hess wants readers to see what he saw: Gaiety, Purity, Civility, Dignity, Simplicity, Generosity, Perceptivity, Responsibility, Serenity, and Integrity. Best read in quiet moments, Gifts Handed Down is a provocative witness against the clamor of contemporary culture, the clutter of a competitive lifestyle, and the frantic clutch for mall markdowns.

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As his father was dying from a long illness, Hess (communications, Goshen Coll.) took time to reflect upon all the gifts that his father had handed down to him. Hess's reflections reveal to him the ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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