Good Grief: Create Your Memorial Tribute

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AuthorHouse, Apr 16, 2009 - Self-Help - 56 pages

Good Grief is a book filled with insatiable wit and humor that will be a grief neutralizer in an otherwise difficult situation to handle. This unique approach to the subject of death and leaving a legacy is designed to make a person’s final passage from this life an experience filled with dignity, compassion, and imagination. It is also a way to participant in your own memorial tribute that is dedicated to commemorate YOU.

 

Thank you for having an open mind and heart in allowing me the opportunity to share my legacy of life with you and good grief moments. It is my goal that this book reminds you of your purpose in life and the importance that you, too, share your wisdom, experiences, and emotions with others to make a life-saving difference that lives long after you are gone.

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About the author (2009)

I'm known by many names, some of which I will not mention. While the name on my birth certificate remains “female infant,” my legal name is Di Ana, with a capital “A,” and I despise being called Diane, with an “e.” I only use my sir name Greene and maiden name McCarter when necessary. I was born at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, in Gary, Indiana when the average income was $4,594 a year, the minimum wage was $1.00 per hour, a loaf of bread was 19 cents, a half a gallon of milk was 20 cents and gasoline was 24 cents per gallon. So when the eight of us moved into the St. Louis, Missouri, Pruitt Igoe housing projects in a tenth floor apartment, we were below the poverty line until we moved into a deluxe ghetto apartment at 6745 S. Blackstone in Chicago, Illinois, in one of the toughest gang territories in the city—the “Blackstone Rangers” where I became a Christian, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. My mission is to align my divine vocation with my avocation and become expert at it, wise in it and wealthy from it.

  

For more information, visit me at www.eagle365.com, or email me at eagle365days@aol.com.Write me at 2743 S. Veterans Parkway, #369, Springfield, IL 62704, or call 217-622-5775. For e-Government Drama, visit me at www.EIgov247.com.

  

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