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American Son

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WHAT ARE THE LESSONS I HAVE LEARNED IN MY LIFE?

And what did I have to do, what did I have to go through, to learn them?

What happens isn’t as important as how we relate to what happens; the only true wealth any of us ever have is time; there is so much to be grateful for, if you just stop and look; perspective is everything; the most important things in life aren't things a
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Createspace
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T. McLeod
Feb 25, 2013 T. McLeod rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: Everyone!
This book's a collection of interesting stories which then add up to make the larger story of one man's life. What he went through when he was a young man, some of the stories are funny, some of them are of his struggles, and some of them are sweet. Learning to make your way in the world, that's what this guy was going through. It's a coming of age story. A nice book. I recommend it!
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AN INTERVIEW WITH MYSELF
This interview first appeared in my head October 30th, 2009

How long have you been writing?

Who am I? How can I ask myself questions?

There are people who want to know, the audience.

I’ve been writing since sixth grade. I’m prolifically unpublished.

Why do you write?

I write because I want to know how it turns out. I write because it’s my answer to impermanence. I write because I
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