Life by R. J. Russell
Efficacious Thoughts in Rhyme

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First and foremost my inspiration for authoring this book came by way of my love for Jesus Christ , my love for my family, my friends, my life experiences, and my love for humanity.
Jesus answered and said onto him, if a man loves me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come onto him, and make our abode with him.
John - 14:23-26
 

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Ralph J. Russell is the second of three sons. Born to George and Ruth Russell. A native of New Orleans, Ralph is motivated by his spiritual discernments, insights, and foresights. Ralph's parents provided him with a broad and well defined cultural foundation. Ralph was recruited by NASA in 1963 to work in the encapsulation laboratory on the Saturn V moon project. Ralph felt the need to seek other endeavors and moved to Los Angeleds in 1965. Ralph acquired a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise while he was employed with Collins Foods International as a district manager. In 1976 he became one of the only two black men and youngest black man at the time to obtain this franchise in the United States. In 1976 after joining forces with the Haagen Dazs Ice Cream company as the only black Haagen Dazs distributor in the United States, his distributorship became one of the largest of its kind. Ralph also became an Adhor Farms Milk distributor while distributing for Haagen Dazs. Ralph with no formal training started writing lyrics in 1976 to present.
 
Published September 20, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 138 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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GROWING UP By Russell Baker. Illustrated. 278 pp. New York: Congdon & Weed. $15. AS we all know from reading the higher fan journalism, funny people are really deeply unhappy. They had childhoods that make Charles Dickens's blacking factory seem like Charles Ryder's golden summer with Sebastia...

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The Independent

Such discrepancy between public declarations and private feelings may also account for the aridity of much of Russell's moralising about geopolitics, just as his ostensibly passionate avowals of love for particular women have - especially in the context of his philandering - a mechanical air not ...

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The Telegraph

But the oak buds now burst 10 days earlier than they did 20 .

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Seattle PI

Those who have read Hillman's works, including Re-Visioning Psychology and The Soul's Code are sure to enjoy this story of his early years, based on hundreds of hours of interviews with Hillman.

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One character goes so far as to say, “My wife and daughter are perfectly safe, staying with her parents in Dresden, which I am told presents no military or industrial targets whatsoever for the RAF.” With rare perfect timing, Russell allows his characters to make similar comments completely unawa...

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