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Empty Hands, A Memoir
Empty Hands, A Memoir Sister Abegail Ntleko
Empty Hands is the inspiring memoir of a singular Zulu woman, Abegail Ntleko, who overcame extreme deprivation, gender bias, and racial prejudice to acquire an education, earn her nursing diploma, and attain her dream of living a life of selfless service. “Her story tells us,” says Desmond Tutu, “what a single person can accomplish when heart and mind work toghether in the service of others.” Describing the harshness of her circumstances with wit and wisdom in direct, beautifully understated prose, her story will appeal not only to activists and aid workers, but to anyone who believes in the power of the human spirit to rise above suffering and find peace, joy, and purpose.
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Walking Point
Walking Point Perry A. Ulander
This intimate memoir by an American GI who served in Vietnam offers a powerful narrative for readers with an interest in the effects of war and violence, American involvement in Vietnam, PTSD, and how trauma can be a catalyst for spiritual transformation.
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New Moon
New Moon Richard Grossinger
Richard Grossinger's non-fiction confessional novel is now available in paperback for the first time.
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