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Treasures of Memories: How Way Leads on to Way
It is tiny specks of gold from the blowing dust of our lives that can be the most memorable. Way does indeed lead on to way, and there is never time to revisit the wonder of these special moments in our lives–except in memory. The people are gone. The places we knew are gone. Seasons turn. Years rush by. Decades vanish.
And then, something will remind you: Sunlight swimming on a carpet as if filters through the blowing leaves of the tree outside your window. The way a fat cloud sails through the blue, windy sky. A face in a passing car. The sound of a voice. A fragment of a song from long ago.
And suddenly, a glimpse of a memory starts to come into focus, until, once again, I’m back. These are not transformational moments. And it may be that they mean nothing. Or maybe everything. Either way, for a few minutes, come join me there.
Author: Arthur T Vanderbilt II
Paperback : 150 pages
ISBN-10 : 1947175580
ISBN-13 : 978-1947175587
About the Author
A graduate of Wesleyan University and the University of Virginia School of Law, Arthur T. Vanderbilt II is the author of many books of history, biography, memoirs and essays. His books have been selections of the Book-of-the-Month Club, Reader’s Digest’s “Today’s Best Nonfiction,” the Easton Press Series of the 100 Best Books of American History, and other book clubs, and have been serialized in newspapers and magazines, translated into foreign languages, excerpted in anthologies, and optioned for television and film. He lives in New Jersey.
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