Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Our favorite chapter was the last one. While there were other positive words throughout the remaining piece, it was this last chapter that offers the most hope. It's this last chapter which instructs resilience, as though it were something in a school book, to easily be gleaned by the reader/student.
For Crenshaw's positivity and his compassion towards others, the entire book is worth a read. It's not a long one at that. Those of us who find the task of reading a laborious one certainly appreciate that fact.
For those of us who need hope, who are in one bad situation after another, who think that we are alone, here on earth, this is for whom the book was written. It was written for those amongst us who are smart enough to look forward and ahead and plow anyway. It was written for the soldier, for the individual, for the hopeless.
Author: Horace Crenshaw Jr.
Paperback: 116 pages
Publisher: Tate Publishing (April 28, 2015)