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By John P. Collins
In the fall of 1950, I was a college student at Boston University. The Korean War had just begun, and while I had a college deferment, I felt it was unjust that other young people were fighting in Korea while I was in the classroom. Thus, in January 1951, I joined the army paratroopers with the hope of doing my part as a member of an elite fighting force. During a regimental parachute training jump, I was severely injured and later reclassified as a logistical support person. I was sent to the Korean War as a member of the Eighth Army. In this memoir, I provide readers with insights into my life as a soldier from basic training and jump school to my experiences in the Korean War. For the first time, documents from the National Army Records Archives and the US Army Transportation Museum are used in recounting the Korean War activities of my unit, the 513th Transportation Truck Company. These records are integrated with vignettes of my military life during the Korean War.
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By Joel M. Levin, MD
We all talk about life and death but in doing so use these words in a different manner. There before us is a table filled with many ideas and many beliefs or even a lack of belief. For some, this is all there is and there is no other life but the one we now own. For others, there is a strong belief in the hereafter. In today’s world, there seems to be a coming together of religious belief and scientific thought processes, theories, and experimentation. This memoir serves not only to tell the story of Donna’s and my life together in music, prose, and poetry but also explores the latest concepts regarding the mystery of the soul. We are all of humankind, and the quest belongs to all. “The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways, I to die, and you to live. Which of these two is better only God knows!” (Socrates).
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By Genevieve Chapman
I wrote this for my children, grandchildren and their offspring. I lived at an especially prosperous time. The Depression in the 30s did not affect our family, so we lived a charmed life. After the second world war, life was grand. Everyone could get a job, the middle class was well paid. They were able to buy houses, put their children through college without sacrificing their old age. San Francisco was as beautiful as it is today. The bridges gave easy access to Marin and the East Bay. Traveling abroad became a reality. I wanted to share this with those who are not so lucky.
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By Genevieve Chapman
I wrote this for my children, grandchildren and their offspring. I lived at an especially prosperous time. The Depression in the 30s did not affect our family, so we lived a charmed life. After the second world war, life was grand. Everyone could get a job, the middle class was well paid. They were able to buy houses, put their children through college without sacrificing their old age. San Francisco was as beautiful as it is today. The bridges gave easy access to Marin and the East Bay. Traveling abroad became a reality. I wanted to share this with those who are not so lucky.
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By Genevieve Chapman
I wrote this for my children, grandchildren and their offspring. I lived at an especially prosperous time. The Depression in the 30s did not affect our family, so we lived a charmed life. After the second world war, life was grand. Everyone could get a job, the middle class was well paid. They were able to buy houses, put their children through college without sacrificing their old age. San Francisco was as beautiful as it is today. The bridges gave easy access to Marin and the East Bay. Traveling abroad became a reality. I wanted to share this with those who are not so lucky.
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By Joel M. Levin, MD
We all talk about life and death but in doing so use these words in a different manner. There before us is a table filled with many ideas and many beliefs or even a lack of belief. For some, this is all there is and there is no other life but the one we now own. For others, there is a strong belief in the hereafter. In today’s world, there seems to be a coming together of religious belief and scientific thought processes, theories, and experimentation. This memoir serves not only to tell the story of Donna’s and my life together in music, prose, and poetry but also explores the latest concepts regarding the mystery of the soul. We are all of humankind, and the quest belongs to all. “The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways, I to die, and you to live. Which of these two is better only God knows!” (Socrates).
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By Joel M. Levin, MD
We all talk about life and death but in doing so use these words in a different manner. There before us is a table filled with many ideas and many beliefs or even a lack of belief. For some, this is all there is and there is no other life but the one we now own. For others, there is a strong belief in the hereafter. In today’s world, there seems to be a coming together of religious belief and scientific thought processes, theories, and experimentation. This memoir serves not only to tell the story of Donna’s and my life together in music, prose, and poetry but also explores the latest concepts regarding the mystery of the soul. We are all of humankind, and the quest belongs to all. “The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways, I to die, and you to live. Which of these two is better only God knows!” (Socrates).
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By 홍사원
나는 아프리카의 오지에서 힘겨운 생활을 하면서, 파푸아 뉴기니에서 폭력의 공포에 떨면서 나 자신에게 묻곤 했다. 내가 왜 이런 고생을 사서 하고 있는 것인가? 나는 다른 길을 택할 수도 있었다. 그런데 한국을 떠나 가난한 나라들에서 일하기 시작한 다음부터 어떤 사명감에 젖어들기 시작했다. 따라서 지난 반생은 어디까지나 나 자신이 선택한 길을 걷고 후회 없이 보낸 세월이었다. 왜, 어떻게 국제 개발 분야 중에서도 특히나 어렵고 배척받는 아동·여성 문제에 관한 일을 하게 되었던 간에 그것은 나에게 대단한 행운이었다. 하고 싶었던 일을 하면서 많은 것을 얻었으니까. 지금에 와서 방글라데시처럼 내가 일했던 곳이 좀 더 잘살게 된 모습을 보았을 때는 내가 한 일이 작게나마 도움이 되지 않았을까 하는 주제넘은 자부심을 갖는 한편, 문화와 역사가 깊은 시리아의 유적들이 파괴되는 모습을 볼 때는 가슴이 아프지 않을 수 없다. ─ 「마감의 말」 중에서
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By Estelle Craig
Stroll down memory lane with Estelle Craig at the age of one hundred, as she recalls her childhood, life as a new bride, a columnist, an impresario, a radio host, a publisher, and a playwright. Travel around the world and meet celebrities. Find out how it can be fun to be a senior.
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By 홍사원
나는 아프리카의 오지에서 힘겨운 생활을 하면서, 파푸아 뉴기니에서 폭력의 공포에 떨면서 나 자신에게 묻곤 했다. 내가 왜 이런 고생을 사서 하고 있는 것인가? 나는 다른 길을 택할 수도 있었다. 그런데 한국을 떠나 가난한 나라들에서 일하기 시작한 다음부터 어떤 사명감에 젖어들기 시작했다. 따라서 지난 반생은 어디까지나 나 자신이 선택한 길을 걷고 후회 없이 보낸 세월이었다. 왜, 어떻게 국제 개발 분야 중에서도 특히나 어렵고 배척받는 아동·여성 문제에 관한 일을 하게 되었던 간에 그것은 나에게 대단한 행운이었다. 하고 싶었던 일을 하면서 많은 것을 얻었으니까. 지금에 와서 방글라데시처럼 내가 일했던 곳이 좀 더 잘살게 된 모습을 보았을 때는 내가 한 일이 작게나마 도움이 되지 않았을까 하는 주제넘은 자부심을 갖는 한편, 문화와 역사가 깊은 시리아의 유적들이 파괴되는 모습을 볼 때는 가슴이 아프지 않을 수 없다. ─ 「마감의 말」 중에서
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By Estelle Craig
Stroll down memory lane with Estelle Craig at the age of one hundred, as she recalls her childhood, life as a new bride, a columnist, an impresario, a radio host, a publisher, and a playwright. Travel around the world and meet celebrities. Find out how it can be fun to be a senior.
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By Treasure I. Moore
A personal memoir sharing life experiences and lessons learned aimed to encourage and motivate its readers, drawing on the importance of keeping a personal journal of our own debits and credits for the purposes of acknowledgement, inner reconciliation, and true growth.
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By John P. Collins
In the fall of 1950, I was a college student at Boston University. The Korean War had just begun, and while I had a college deferment, I felt it was unjust that other young people were fighting in Korea while I was in the classroom. Thus, in January 1951, I joined the army paratroopers with the hope of doing my part as a member of an elite fighting force. During a regimental parachute training jump, I was severely injured and later reclassified as a logistical support person. I was sent to the Korean War as a member of the Eighth Army. In this memoir, I provide readers with insights into my life as a soldier from basic training and jump school to my experiences in the Korean War. For the first time, documents from the National Army Records Archives and the US Army Transportation Museum are used in recounting the Korean War activities of my unit, the 513th Transportation Truck Company. These records are integrated with vignettes of my military life during the Korean War.
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By Jill Marie Snyder
Dear Mary, Dear Luther reveals through letters the emotional track of a 1930s courtship that leads to a lasting, loving marriage. Luther is the pursuer, always being honest with Mary about where she stands. Step by step, he proclaims his feelings as he progresses from attraction to love. The media often portray African American males as brutes, lacking feelings and deep emotions. Luther’s authentic expressions of romantic love will be a revelation for many. Mary—sassy, feisty and mercurial—is a very smart young lady. She continues to date others until Luther makes it clear she is the only one. She accepts his evolving emotional state, never pushing for a greater commitment than he’s ready to make. It is wonderful to witness this couple’s burgeoning relationship over a period of three and one-half years. Gradually, their intimacy deepens until they reach a point when they both know they’re ready to become man and wife. These letters prove that a great love is attainable by everyone regardless of color or class. We need only the courage to patiently let it bloom.
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By Jill Marie Snyder
Dear Mary, Dear Luther reveals through letters the emotional track of a 1930s courtship that leads to a lasting, loving marriage. Luther is the pursuer, always being honest with Mary about where she stands. Step by step, he proclaims his feelings as he progresses from attraction to love. The media often portray African American males as brutes, lacking feelings and deep emotions. Luther’s authentic expressions of romantic love will be a revelation for many. Mary—sassy, feisty and mercurial—is a very smart young lady. She continues to date others until Luther makes it clear she is the only one. She accepts his evolving emotional state, never pushing for a greater commitment than he’s ready to make. It is wonderful to witness this couple’s burgeoning relationship over a period of three and one-half years. Gradually, their intimacy deepens until they reach a point when they both know they’re ready to become man and wife. These letters prove that a great love is attainable by everyone regardless of color or class. We need only the courage to patiently let it bloom.
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