Hidden in Plain Sight A Memoir of Illuminated Blessings

Hidden in Plain Sight A Memoir of Illuminated Blessings

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Hidden in Plain Sight is a down-to-earth subjective account of the author's abbreviated brush with cancer. An abrupt melanoma diagnosis threatens to unhinge an otherwise unproblematic orientation. There is an unsettling role reversal as the author, a registered nurse, becomes the patient.

Past and present intertwine as vivid examples of God's provision are illuminated during a crisis that seemingly surfaced out of nowhere. The universal themes are thought-provoking and relatable, regardless of one's status or circumstances.

May 9, 2019 marks the ten-year anniversary of the author's cancer-free status!

Honey, I Shrunk the Grief!

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Honoring Their Memory Levi T. Scofield, Cleveland's Monumental Architect and Sculptor

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Hope Expired Life Persists

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The book is a biography of Dr. Jacob Stupay, a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto, who was the author's uncle. The book deals with Polish history in the 1920s and 1930s and later the brutal occupation of Poland by the Nazis. It also covers the German plan to first force Jews into ghettos, and later to remove them from Europe or to exterminate them, obliterating their history and culture. The author discusses conditions in the Warsaw Ghetto, and highlights the little-known ghetto medical school and the hunger research project. The author provides some details on how the Nazis implemented their plan for the total destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto. Jacob Stupay survived the war after losing 27 members of his immediate family. The author discusses the impact of this catastrophic loss and how and why he choose to live. The author ends with the possible meaning of this tragedy for humanity.
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Hope for the Alzheimer's Journey: Help, Organization, Preparation, and Education for the Road Ahead

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H.O.P.E. for the Alzheimer's Journey equips Alzheimer's caregivers with knowledge, tools, and advice for their difficult road ahead. The concepts are conveyed in an open, honest, and creative manner using original family email communications from Carol B. Amos's own journey. Carol also introduces The Caregiving Principle(TM) a simple approach that provides a deeper understanding of a person with Alzheimer's disease and a framework for the caregiver's role. She provides examples of how The Caregiving Principle(TM) helped her connect with her mother. H.O.P.E. for the Alzheimer's Journey encourages caregivers to take care of themselves and provides inspiration for a less stressful, more rewarding journey.
I Love You Always: One Family's Alzheimer's/Dementia Journey and the Lessons Learned Along the Way

I Love You Always: One Family's Alzheimer's/Dementia Journey and the Lessons Learned Along the Way

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Caring for someone who has Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia is a daunting task that can leave most caregivers drained, strained, and depressed. Many find comfort in knowing they are not alone and in being able to share their experiences with someone who understands what they are going through. They want assurance that it's normal to "lose it" occasionally and that feeling "less than" is common. Caregivers need all the support and tools they can garner to help them survive this experience. Such was the reason for writing "I Love You Always," which is an honest account of one family's experiences from diagnosis and beyond.Lottie has survived seemingly insurmountable tragedies in her life, emerging stronger after each one. When she is diagnosed with Alzheimer's and vascular dementia, at the age of eighty, she becomes determined to live until ninety, longer than anyone in her immediate family. Her children join forces to help Lottie reach her goal while ensuring she remains in her beloved home. I Love You Always is her daughter LaBena's account of their tumultuous journey, sharing practical tips for caregivers, as well as the lessons of love, laughter, and faith that were learned along the way.You are not alone and the more we share our stories, the more people will understand. May there soon be a cure!
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I Used to be Racist

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'I Used to Be Racist is about my life growing up in NYC pre and post-9/11. I never discriminated or judged anyone based on their religion and/or race until that tragic day and the weeks that followed. At 10-years old, I loaded up on the information being shared by the local news stations about what the terrorists looked like, and how they could be potentially lurking in various parts of the city. After moving to Ohio, I experienced racism for the first time, which opened my eyes on my own ignorance. Eventually, I became brave enough to encounter the "enemy."

I'm Doing Me

I'm Doing Me

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If It Heals At All

If It Heals At All

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“If It Heals At All defines personal moments that conjure reincarnations of straightforward sensibility with language that names, ‘my black is a heartbeat.’ Ali Black dares metaphors to not get it twisted as she creates a universe fresh with imagery that paints the audacity of reclaimed narratives with such brilliance as ‘mouth as a disorder.’

 

This collection is searing poetry that will not allow us to forget the unknown grief buried inside of boundless pleasure. If It Heals At All traces the slim boundaries between life and death, blundered justice, and the boldness of Black love reimagined.” - Jaki Shelton Green

 

In Sacred Places

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