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I wrote this book after spending nearly ten years in Toronto Single Parents Associated. I joined that association when my first wife, Mary, died after being struck by a car in 1965, leaving me with eight- and twelve-year-old daughters. I found help for men in my situation at the time to be woefully weak, with little improvement in the next ten years. A lot of inaccurate ideas were being tossed around and real problems either ignored or glossed over. I hope what I have discovered will be a help to at least some men (and women who want to get a better idea of how men think). Mine is not the only way, but it is a sample of reality for many. About two years after Mary died, I accepted Christ as my Saviour. Without His help it is unlikely I would still be here to tell anybody.  Donald Dolson was born in 1926. He was raised on farms and received a grade school education. His varied work experience includes “P” and “B” licenses in auto painting and bodywork, a Radio and Television technician certificate at Radio and Electronic Television Schools (RETS) in 1957. He also trained at Standard Engineering in air conditioning, refrigeration, and appliance repair. He held 600 satisfied customers for a year as an oil burner technician until health reasons forced him to again change careers. He spent time as a security guard of The Industrial and Domestic Protection Association stationed at the Star and Telegram during the IT strike of the 1960s.  Donald had a “born again” experience in 1967. He titled his testimony Fact Fancy and Philosophy that was self-published in 1970. Heart Talk followed in 1972. Donald continued with Satire Sentiment and Humour in 1974. In 2007, he published God’s Creation – My Inspiration with 108 rhythm/rhyming-type poems. Guardian Books combined The Way I See My God and The Dolson Theory (with the basic theory of how I perceive the GEMS of God’s creation–Gravity, Electricity and Magnetism) into one volume in 2010. 

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2012
    • País de Produção: Brazil
    • Código de Barras:  2000171615643
    • ISBN:  9781554527731

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