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A Time to Mourn & A Time to Dance

A Pilgrimage from Death to Full Life

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Prologue (Excerpt)

Grainy images flash before me like an old film projector flickering, skipping frames every so often.  A bottle of Shalimar perfume. Fever. Drugs. A leg brace and wheelchair. An old black man in Georgia and an angel at sunrise. Long-stemmed roses in glossy white boxes wrapped in red satin bows. Jackie Gleason and June Taylor. Tony Bennett, Glenn Miller, and Tommy Dorsey. Dom DeLuise, Lee Remick, Kevin McCarthy, and more. Stories written. Stories burned. A remote cabin with galloping horses. Beloved animals and supernatural creatures. Love and loss. Mourning and joy. Only one image remains steady as the fragmented images jump and change: A cross on a hill with crimson stains. 

This is a true story and it is mine.

For many reasons, it took two decades to write 167 pages. I contributed my hands, memories, and the willingness to tell a story including well-loved, hotly-debated, and, hopefully, inspirational themes: Joy and Sorrow. Abundance and Lack. Living Fully. Abortion. Love and Forgiveness. Buddhism and God. Christianity and Jesus. And, living in Camelot! 

Walk with me on my pilgrimage and see through the eyes-of-my-heart. I hope you find this slim volume inspirational and that your Still Small Voice guides you in your life as my own has in mine.

A Time to Mourn & A Time to Dance is available now on Amazon in Paperback and E-Book formats, or you can purchase it through the Website below.

www.TimeToMournTimeToDance.com

Hudson River Valley

Thank You and God’s Blessings …

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