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From the author of "Meet Me Halfway" and "Something to Someone" comes a collection of short inspirational reflections on life, love, and the time one shares with others. 0-935906-00-2$5.00 / Javan Press
Paperback, 60 pages
Published March 1st 1980 by Javan Press (first published 1979)
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Eric
Life comes in the form of opportunities, which are easy to recognize - once they have been wasted.

It's interesting what we can find when we take the occasional closer look. I found three of the books in this series while glancing through the poetry section at a local Barnes & Noble, tucked next to a Norton Critical edition of Paradise Lost. I glanced through several of the writings in each, bought all three and had B&N order me the fourth.

This is one of a series of four books by the aut
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Dianne
Great series! These book are just up there as my favorite to have read about love in my early 20's! These books were written my a man and are great for both men and women to read. As a matter of fact everyone must read them. They are simply amazing!
Natalie
Life is a journey and it is up to us to live it. The poems in this book help put this journey into words.
Heather
See my review of Something to Someone.
Lena Gills
this one as all of the Javan books is wonderful
Sunny Fryer
In all honesty this is an overly sentimental and somewhat cheesy collection of poems. When I discovered it in a bookstore I was a very dramatic teenage girl and it seemed incredibly simple and profound. My obsession with the author was something I shared with my closest friend in high school. While it would not be the kind of poetry I would appreciate in any way at this point of my life, I remember the affect the words once had on me fondly.
Belinda
very thoughtful and endearing.
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Javan (which is the author's given middle name) was born October 19, 1946 in a small North Carolina town. He lived in N.C. through high school and college, then moved to Atlanta in 1968, where he worked as an agent for Eastern Airlines until the end of 1977. In 1979 Javan self-published his first book and started traveling around the country with his golden retriever puppy, Brandon, introducing th ...more
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“In my Lifetime, I hope to develop, Arms that are strong, Hands that are gentle, Ears that will listen, Eyes that are kind, A tongue that will speak softly, A mind full of wisdom, A heart that understands.” 13 likes
“I would not ask from you, Anything that you were not capable of giving, I would not ask from you, Anythng but that which I truly need, I would not take from you, Without giving equal value in return.” 11 likes
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