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One Foot in the Gate

Grimm, John

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ISBN 10: 0615711553 / ISBN 13: 9780615711553
Published by Escalibor Publishing, 2012
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Title: One Foot in the Gate

Publisher: Escalibor Publishing

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 2nd Edition.

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One Foot in the Gate reveals the mysterious parallels in life, and how our lives are undeniably linked to one another. It's a story about art, love, and the power of being an artist. You will be enveloped by the story of a woman artist and her struggle to find a source of inspiration, to go beyond the trappings of her daily life, and discover her essence. Revealed is how that struggle results in her transformation, and the revelation of a gift that will change her world. That gift is revealed to her by someone who knows her, and has known her long before they even met. A romantic road trip ensues. Taking every risk possible, letting herself become vulnerable, she discovers that love and passion have been waiting. You will see a glimpse of the essence of time reflected in the physical world, and you will discover the truth of what has been known for over two hundred years as a popular children's tale. The people in this tale are reflections of the characters we embraced as children, placed in a modern day setting, with twenty first century personalities, and real every day challenges.

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Folk lore and literature speak of Heaven and Hell having one thing in common, a gate at the entrance. We all have one foot in the gate at one time or another, the question is which gate. The author, John Grimm, found the diary of a struggling woman artist in a bookstore in Steinau, Germany. The cobble stone streets and brick buildings had been there long before the diary was written. The shelves were filled with dusty books by the dozens, most of which had not been opened for years. The author was drawn to the cloth covered diary, edges frayed and corners bent. The first entry in the diary was dated 1801. It is the true story of what has been known for over two hundred years as a popular children’s tale. Selected passages of the diary have been quoted in italics to reveal how one life can touch another in a very profound way, even though separated by centuries.

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