Reflections: Observations about Life

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 19, 2009 - Fiction - 121 pages
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Reflections is a compilation of observations written by the author that transforms a number of daily, common occurrences, themes and situations into an enjoyable or otherwise moving experience for the reader. The format and illustrations also lend themselves to create the potential effect of leading the reader to his or her own inspired and creative self realization via the realm of introspection and self awareness
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
The Bicentennial
24
The Center Core
37
Fitness
53
Cant Be with You Tonight
66
Kaleidoscope
71
My Brother
84
Pretty Girls
97
Until You Love Someone
110
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    Dorian Wilson is a board-certified surgeon and liver-transplant specialist who practices in New Jersey. After spending time as an ABC (A Better Chance) student in Winchester, Massachusetts, he matriculated at Dartmouth College and later completed transplant fellowship training at the University of Pittsburgh. He performed liver, kidney, and pancreas transplants in San Antonio, Texas, while serving in the United States Air Force before returning to New Jersey. His practice is based upon the tenants of humanism in medicine and the delivery of compassionate health care. He enjoys inspirational speaking in a number of venues, regularly practices Tai Chi, and is an avid fitness buff. He is the proud father of son, Brennis, and resides in Bridgewater.

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