The author explores and offers his opinion on topics like equality, justice, and political correctness. In a "no holds barred" format, he challenges the reader to look at our life and how it is governed by what he refers to as The Judeo - Christian Tradition. His poetry and prose are reflections of days gone by when the world, as he sees it, was not overwhelmed by Christianity.
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From digging ditches to classrooms, entertaining foreign dignitaries to witnessing unbelievable poverty, Terry Unger's fifty plus years of life shine through in this book. He calls himself a simple observer, a witness to life's occurrences. Unger has spent well over thirty years in the study of alternative religions. He saw, up close and personal, the pain of people trying to get by in a world he describes as "full of misconceptions, half truths, and outright lies." In his own life Terry Unger witnessed what many might think could not happen in one lifetime. Unger feels this gives him an empathetic bond with people but fears the cure he off ers many will fi nd too harsh. Terry Unger currently lives in the beautiful Lehigh Valley, located in southeastern Pennsylvania. He is retired and pursuing a variety of interests.
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