What appears to be a tale of progressive development and reversal of a life path in the portrayal of a single individual is, in reality, a quest for answers and a declaration of opinion concerning the questions we ponder. In describing the 78 years of his own chronological development, Dr. Clyde v. Collard has painted a vivid picture of the human condition and the forces explicit in shaping the biological and social existence of each of us. In the generic sense, that which applies to one human applies to all humans. John Donne expressed that sentiment when he wrote, aAnd therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for theea. The author here states, aLook, then into the glass, perceive yourself And now . . . choosea.Maybe we should have kept it and put some money intoit but it seemed timeto let it gosowe donatedit toa community service organization that fixedup cars andsoldthem. August 19, 2003 we bought a 2000 Chevrolet Impala for9000 dollars.
|Title||:||This Place of Wrath and Tears|
|Author||:||Clyde V. Collard|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2009-01-24|