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About meIt was the best of lives; it was the worst of lives. But it was the only one I had--tormented teen, ex-priest, atheist, humanitarian, peace activist in N. Ireland and El Salvador,addiction counseler to Inuit in Baker Lake,NWT, Canada,lived in 5 countries, depression, alcoholism, and the dubious distinction of teaching Uhuru Kenyata who is now wanted by The Hague for crimes against humanity.
About my libraryAbout 3,000, not counting all the free pre-copyright ones on my Kindle. Wide range of subjects. Literature, poetry, philosophy, theology, world religions, science, mathematics, et al.
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