Memoirs of a White Man by Michael Anthony

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"What if you are born with no barriers in life?
You never experience racial prejudice,
extreme poverty, or lack of education. Your
parents provided responsible guidance and support;
opportunity was abound.
What if you took that scenario and really worked
hard? What if you pushed forward to see how far these
perfect circumstances could take you? What if you
accepted an unwritten responsibility to make a change
in the world; to leave your mark?
Retired businessman Michael Anthony takes you
on his journey of self-discovery, exploring deep
rooted opinions, and the logical path for the future
and survival of Mankind. Anthony directs us to first
establish whatÊs important in life, before we set our
lifetime goals. Living life with a true purpose can be
the secret to your happiness; understanding the virtues
can be manÊs common thread.
Every experience in life, both good and bad, has
a lesson. New author, Michael Anthony explores
many of his amazing life experiences in search of
their true meanings. Educated, and retired at the age
of 42, Anthony again finds himself in a world of no
boundaries, no barriers, free to think, reflect, and to
make a change. WhatÊs important in life can only be
revealed when we acknowledge our own immortality.
Time is our greatest asset; how we spend it determines
our true selves."

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With text from Michael Anthony, a 20 year veteran music reviewer with the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the book achieves a musical and documentary integrity. Action photography by music photographer Greg Helgeson and portrait photography by Ann Marsden add the several thousand words to complete this unique biography.
Published December 7, 2009 by Xlibris. 132 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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