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Not too Late to Weep

R. Dwain Burton

Published by AuthorHouse
ISBN 10: 144902159X / ISBN 13: 9781449021597
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Title: Not too Late to Weep

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Binding: Hardcover

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Book Type: Hardcover

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Hardcover. 212 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 0.9in.Not too Late to Weep is the story of a boy who faces unsurmountable trials as he grows into manhood and yet somehow manages to overcome them without tears. It is not until he is in his sixties that he begins to face them as though for the first time. This brings a flood of memories with abubdant tears and he cries: Oh God, my loss is greater then I can bear. He faces these failures and successes honestly, and without reservation, and lets the written pages record the beautiful and the ugly, the gains and the losses, and the unforgivness and the forgiven. Weakened by kidney disease the boy, and later the man, tries to compete in a world that is unrivaled and alien to him and feels he is inadequate in every trial. Come along with him as he shares the adventures of a boy constantly reaching for the next greater rush or to reach for something that is continually out of reach. And as a man finds he cannot hold on to his dream and watches it sift through his fingers like flour through a sieve. And yet the latter years are better than the former as inner-healing takes place. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781449021597

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Synopsis: "Not too Late to Weep" is the story of a boy who faces unsurmountable trials as he grows into manhood and yet somehow manages to overcome them without tears. It is not until he is in his sixties that he begins to face them as though for the first time. This brings a flood of memories with abubdant tears and he cries: "Oh God, my loss is greater then I can bear." He faces these failures and successes honestly, and without reservation, and lets the written pages record the beautiful and the ugly, the gains and the losses, and the unforgivness and the forgiven. Weakened by kidney disease the boy, and later the man, tries to compete in a world that is unrivaled and alien to him and feels he is inadequate in every trial. Come along with him as he shares the adventures of a boy constantly reaching for the next greater 'rush' or to reach for something that is continually out of reach. And as a man finds he cannot hold on to his dream and watches it sift through his fingers like flour through a sieve. And yet the latter years are better than the former as inner-healing takes place.

About the Author: R. Dwain Burton is a man like other men who have faced trials and have overcome them, but has the ability to reach deep inside each trial and put the emotion of failure and success on paper. He is 69 years old and has lived 59 of those years with weakened kidneys leading to end stage renal failure. Dwain has been on home hemo-dialysis for 35 years and with his wife as caregiver has survived many of the enemies that attack dialysis patients. His thought provoking and humours short stories and essays have been favorites, but "Not too Late to Weep" is the story of his life. His contagious smile and good humor reveals nothing of the tragedies and trials that have been a part of his life. Dwain lives a quiet and peaceful life in the Ozark hills of south central Missouri. Two of his three children live close by and lend a helping hand when needed. His daughter, living in Arkansas, stays in touch by telephone almost daily and her frequent visits are cause for family dinners and get together. He is very close to his five granddaughters, three grandsons, and one great grandson. who just drop in to visit regularly. He feels he is richly blessed by being surrounded by a loving family.

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