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September 30th, 2017 3:11 PM

Dear Friends,
While the mental imbalance associated by the chronic debasement of American culture is unrelenting, I thought it would be best to read inspiring and heart warming books that offer the repose I need to lift my spirits.
This Fall I will attempt to enjoy solitude whenever I can, by spending time with manuscripts worthy of my assimilation that will energize my love for life.
There are 3 books I hope to have the ability to devote my time, as an antidote to the daily detachment of reason that lingers in our environment.

1. Fly a Little Higher - How God Answered a Mom's Small Prayer in a Big Way
 by Laura Sobiech
From the inside cover, the Author mentions "It's about what happens when you live as if each day might be your last. It's about persistence and the human spirit. And it's about how God used a dying boy from a small Minnesota town to reach the hearts of millions - from music executives, major recording artists, and A-list actors to talk show hosts, school children, and pastors. God used Zach (the teen in the book) to teach us how we can all fly a little higher."

2. The Ogallala Road - A Memoir of Love and Reckoning
by Julene Bair
From the inside cover, the Author mentions "The Ogallala Road' updates the literature of the West with a story of love and family that is full of beauty, humor, surprises, and the joy found in the natural world."

3. Meditations On Silence
by Sister Wendy Beckett
From the inside cover, we are informed that "Sister Wendy Beckett has developed a profound appreciation for the many layers of meaning to be discovered in great art. From the Renaissance masters to today's abstract painters, Sister Wendy Beckett explores the inspirational messages about Silence that their works contain."
I remember Sister Wendy's television program years ago, when she visited various museums in which art of a higher calling was explored. The masterpieces were brought to life by her profound understanding and reflections of the artist and the image portrayed on canvas, are remembered to this day.
By the many recommendations found on the web for these wonderful books, I know you will enjoy these stories this Fall.

Thanks again for your continuous support.

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