A book per month

Contourtionist reading

"No matter what I'm going to read!" Inmagine

It is thought that a good book helps to give the reader perspective on the topic being read. Perhaps a different perspective than the one currently held. The comment, knowledge is power is only half truth. Applied knowledge tests the  validity of one’s convictions. The ability to adjust one’s thoughts and actions in light of the results of acquired knowledge, it’s application, denotes a willingness to adjust to the reality of life, intelligence. At the writing of this entry it will take this kind of thought/action to navigate the changes in our reality which in turn will affect our individual economies. Good reading.

Having Our Say, The Delany Sister’s First 100 Years. Sarah L. Delany and A.Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth – Dell

The Millionaire Next Door. Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D., William D. Danko, Ph.D. – Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster

Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication. Kim Giffin & Bobby R. Patton – Harper & Row

Work In America, Report of a Special Task Force to the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Forward by Elliot L. Richardson – The MIT Press

Regulating the Poor, The Functions of Public Welfare – Frances Fox Piven & Richard A Cloward – Vintage Books, a division of Random House

Education for Public Responsibility, Edited/Preface by  C. Scott Fletcher, President The Fund for Adult Education – W.W. Norton & Company

In beauty may I walk…words of wisdom by Native Americans, Helen Exley – Exley Publications

Words of The Worlds Religions, Robert S. Ellwood, Jr. – Princeton Hall

Quality of Life, How To Get It, How To Keep It, Shauna Ries, L.C.S.W., and Genna Murphy, L.P.C. – Eagle Books

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