One person can make a difference: ordinary people doing extraordinary things

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Bantam Books, Apr 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 215 pages
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Dr. Jampolsky introduces readers to nine individuals who have made living monuments to the truth in the concept that one person can make a difference. Meet people like Wally "Famous" Amos, who spends his time and resources helping others, and Henri Landau, a concentration camp survivor who makes sure that children with grave illnesses get to realize one of their greatest wishes.

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"Nothing is impossible,'' proclaims the author of Love Is Letting Go of Fear (Celestial Arts, 1979). In a dozen interviews with "ordinary people who did extraordinary things,'' Jampolsky explores the ... Read full review

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ZALINDA DORCHEOUS
11
HENRI LANDWIRTH
31
WALLY FAMOUS AMOS
57
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