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"This book is more than 'book'. It is circle, cycle, cul-de-sac returning us to the refrain of ourselves, our fears and our responsibilities. It forces us with tender tirades and healing-handed humor to face the curse of our own questions. What Miller has done in these few pages begs us to consider how a well lived, wonderfully imperfect life, defines what it means to BE human NOW! Miller is a poet whose poems do what all great poems do: They don't tell us which direction we will find the mountain. Only that the mountain exists."---Regie Gibson, author of Storms Beneath the Skin
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Born in Cumberland, Maryland on April 27, 1959, George David Miller recieved a B.S. in Philosophy and English from Townson University in 1981, an M.A. from Ohio University in 1984, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from DePaul University in 1988. He is the author of five philosophy texts, including Global Ethical Options (Weatherhill) and Peace, Value, and Wisdom: The Educational Philosophy of Daisaku Ikeda (Rodopi). Children of Kosen-Rufu is his first book of poetry. In 1997, the Carnegie Foundation honored him as Illinois Teacher of the Year. He serves as editor of the Daisaku Ikeda Studies Special Series and Philosophy of Education Special Series for the Value Inquiry Book Series. Founder of the Scholars Academy of Lewis University, Miller teaches philosophy at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois and is coordinator of the Junior Great Books Program at Builta Elementary School.Review:
"The poet Miller presents an unconventional style of poem to the SGI President (Daisaku Ikeda) that sings of peace." -- The World Tribune, Japan, Sept., 9, 2000
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