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In a unique collection of short writings, meditations, poetry, personal photos, and computer images, the author shares with readers the way she copes with the disabilities involved with Parkinson's disease. She recommends writing mishmash as a way to deal with any emotion-laden happening in life. She shares with her readers the discouragements and highlights of a life with Parkinson's disease and claims that life always has meaning. Photos of pottery by Lynn Lais help to carry the metaphor of the Master Potter shaping the clay--human beings.
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