Archive for June, 2009


Where We Really Come From…Issues Important to Families


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No one has asked me this question, so I’ll do it myself.

“Can you recommend a great author?”


Check out the work of Philip Gulley. In my opinion, he’s a superb writer and story teller. He is extremely insightful and thoughtful. In his stories and reflections on life as he sees it lived around him, as part of himself, he seems to be able to express so well the most sensitive parts of the human condition – what happens in our hearts and between us, in our relationships. I also like that he is a critical thinker. And he’s a Hoosier.

Philip Gulley

He clearly knows his home and his people. For me, most importantly, he touches the heart. Check out his Website:

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