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About the author


Art Edwards has bounced around a bit mostly as an adult. He's worked in an amusement park where he was a beauty queen, engineer, train robber, and undertaker. He served on special assignment as a United Methodist minister in The Purple Dragon Coffee House and a State Park and Day Camp ministry in Washington's Okanogan Valley. He worked as a more or less regular minister in New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. After losing his voice, he went to work at various incarnations of AT&T and its progeny as a technical writer, speech writer, AT&T Foundation COO, and leader for an in-house PR agency. His "retirement" life has included lots of travel and time with four grand kids. He and his wife Joyce now live in Decatur, Georgia.
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After Words
by Arthur Edwards

Overview


"After Words" searches for uncommon understandings of common things. A series of short meditations, stories, and experiences are woven together into a life-long search for meaning. These uncommon understandings come from common places, people, and events. They will probably be too religious for the secular and too secular for the religious. This book might not be for everyone, but it might just be for you.
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Description


The meditations  in these pages include sacred places ranging from Fiji to Pateros, Washington. This book includes inspiration from special people and pets including Aristotle, Ozzie, colleagues, parents, children, and grandchildren.

There are some rants mostly sparked by nearly two years of house arrest under COVID-19. Prayers from the seasons of the church year and unexpected truths pop up to describe a disastrous Pentecost and the spirituality of the yew tree.

Finally, there are some lessons that have become clear with age like how to survive a "Showdown at Generation Gap" with a teenage daughter and why Jesus wouldn't recognize His name.

If you're looking for an appreciation of ancient truths, new take on old things, or some things you have probablt never thought about like a barycenter, give this book a try.

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Overview


"After Words" searches for uncommon understandings of common things. A series of short meditations, stories, and experiences are woven together into a life-long search for meaning. These uncommon understandings come from common places, people, and events. They will probably be too religious for the secular and too secular for the religious. This book might not be for everyone, but it might just be for you.

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Description


The meditations  in these pages include sacred places ranging from Fiji to Pateros, Washington. This book includes inspiration from special people and pets including Aristotle, Ozzie, colleagues, parents, children, and grandchildren.

There are some rants mostly sparked by nearly two years of house arrest under COVID-19. Prayers from the seasons of the church year and unexpected truths pop up to describe a disastrous Pentecost and the spirituality of the yew tree.

Finally, there are some lessons that have become clear with age like how to survive a "Showdown at Generation Gap" with a teenage daughter and why Jesus wouldn't recognize His name.

If you're looking for an appreciation of ancient truths, new take on old things, or some things you have probablt never thought about like a barycenter, give this book a try.

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Book details

Genre:RELIGION

Subgenre:Inspirational

Language:English

Pages:144

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781667810621


Overview


"After Words" searches for uncommon understandings of common things. A series of short meditations, stories, and experiences are woven together into a life-long search for meaning. These uncommon understandings come from common places, people, and events. They will probably be too religious for the secular and too secular for the religious. This book might not be for everyone, but it might just be for you.

Read more

Description


The meditations  in these pages include sacred places ranging from Fiji to Pateros, Washington. This book includes inspiration from special people and pets including Aristotle, Ozzie, colleagues, parents, children, and grandchildren.

There are some rants mostly sparked by nearly two years of house arrest under COVID-19. Prayers from the seasons of the church year and unexpected truths pop up to describe a disastrous Pentecost and the spirituality of the yew tree.

Finally, there are some lessons that have become clear with age like how to survive a "Showdown at Generation Gap" with a teenage daughter and why Jesus wouldn't recognize His name.

If you're looking for an appreciation of ancient truths, new take on old things, or some things you have probablt never thought about like a barycenter, give this book a try.

Read more

About the author


Art Edwards has bounced around a bit mostly as an adult. He's worked in an amusement park where he was a beauty queen, engineer, train robber, and undertaker. He served on special assignment as a United Methodist minister in The Purple Dragon Coffee House and a State Park and Day Camp ministry in Washington's Okanogan Valley. He worked as a more or less regular minister in New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. After losing his voice, he went to work at various incarnations of AT&T and its progeny as a technical writer, speech writer, AT&T Foundation COO, and leader for an in-house PR agency. His "retirement" life has included lots of travel and time with four grand kids. He and his wife Joyce now live in Decatur, Georgia.

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