Graham's Newest book Flash of Silver Available Now!

MY REASON FOR WRITING THIS BLOG

Indifference or Resilience… Time to Choose

All matter degrades over time. It degrades faster these days because of indifference. If we did less harm, it might slow the decay, even now, in our own lives and those we love. I have made such a commitment…

“TO DO LESS HARM”

My blog will therefore ask 194 questions over the next three years (God willing and the creek don’t rise…too much!) With your help as a reflective and responsive reader, we may together uncover some answers?

By subscribing and having your friends join us, you will all get an email every Saturday that will link you directly to the blog. The blog will amplify the text in my book ‘Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world’ and ask one question. I shall then try to answer how it was for me years ago and how it is right now. I do hope that you too will do the same.

‘Habits that harm can become resources that’s heal’
Graham Kerr 1982 ‘QOL’.

PS. If you own a copy of the book it will be helpful but not essential. My great desire is not to sell books but to find responsive readers and defeat indifference.

—  GK  —


Upcoming Events

Tuesday 10 May
University Bookstore
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
7:00 – 9:00 PM

This event should run 60 minutes start-to-finish including 35-45 minute conversation/reading and audience/ party Q&A. Book signing follows.

For more information please contact Eileen Harte

206-633-6443
Eileen.harte@ubookstore.com

Sunday 22 May
Skyline Beach Club
6041 Sands Way
Anacortes WA
3.00 p.m

Graham will share his memories about first love, fun, fame, faith, and changing course to live life “beyond immediate self-interest.”

Admission is FREE, however, donations to cover expenses gratefully accepted!

Please call to make reservations so we know how many people to expect.

For more information call organizer Mary Lou Childs at 360-299-8280

Fresh-baked scones, tea and coffee will be served  


 

From Graham's Blog

Leaving Home
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Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #20 Rite of Passage Seven –A Fate Worse Than Death– (1951-1953) Age 17-19 years old Q: When did you first leave home? How did it feel to have to make your … Read More

I know my dad loved me…now!
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Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #19 Rite of Passage Seven –A Fate Worse Than Death– (1951-1953) Age 17-19 years old Q: Distant Dads: Was your dad distant, without too much warmth or interest in you? Can … Read More

Separated from others?
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Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world Question #18 Rite of Passage Six –Early Tumult– (1950-1951) Age 16-17 years old Q: In your teens were you separated from others by your family or economic circumstances? Did this exclusion drive … Read More