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  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:Personal Memoirs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667832579

Half But Whole

Reflections Of A Twin's Life

by Hank Albert

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Overview
This story is the exploration of the unique powerful bond of identical twins. It shows the unseen issues involved when twins grow and develop together, including the sometimes blurry boundary between their life and their twin's. The author describes his own twinship of joy, love, friendship, and harmony, and ....grieving and loss. He tells how he was cut in half, but became whole again. It shows their lives overlapping, how they created a special energy between themselves, and how that power can be utilized when the twinship is challenged or even ends, as it inevitably must. He reassures us that joy and gratification can be recovered, and balance and equilibrium can be restored - and the proof may be in the book.
Description
This story is the exploration of the unique powerful bond of identical twins. It shows the unseen issues involved when twins grow and develop together, including the sometimes blurry boundary between their life and their twin's. These issues include looking alike, personality development, competition, other sibling rivalry, and the omnipotent fear of eventual separation and loss. By using his own life as a model, the author shows twins' lives overlapping, how they create a special energy between themselves, and how that power can be utilized when the twinship is challenged or even ends, as it inevitably must. The author describes his own life of joy, love, friendship, and harmony, and ....grieving and loss. But he reassures us that joy and gratification can be recovered, and balance and equilibrium can be restored. He tells how he was cut in half, but became whole again. He reassures us that joy and gratification can be recovered, and balance and equilibrium can be restored - and the proof may be in the book.
About the author
Hank Albert is a former elementary school teacher originally from Philadelphia. He served as a teacher for 33 of his 37 years in the Montgomery County area - primarily in Abington, only leaving for 4 years while working toward his MA degree in California. He has proudly attended Overbrook High School and Temple University. Hank also has served his Cheltenham and Abington communities volunteering in Little League baseball and soccer programs, and for a wide variety of progressive political organizations and causes. For more than 30 years, Hank has been a staunch volunteer and supporter of Camp Galil and of the State of Israel. This is currently his twenty-third year living in Elkins Park with his wife Emma and his children Cory and Peri.
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