Lubbock, TX, June 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- By observing her own pattern of life from the vantage point of seventy-eight years, Lou Dunn Diekemper engages the reader in a conversation about the process of living and growing. She ponders the customs of then and now, her own attitudes, and any number of other issues, large and small, that challenge and change us. With each essay, Dr. Diekemper calls upon herself and the rest of us to welcome the future with openness, courage, and a continued zest for life.
"As refreshing as a morning cup of tea...Here is a guide of gemstones of polished wisdom that helps us explore and enjoy the deeper meaning of growing older." - Lynn Bickley, MD, Associate Dean for Curriculum, School of Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas
"A wise testimonial about a rich and full life. The author's writing illustrates that personal narrative is healing." - David H. Rosen, MD, McMillan Professor of Analytical Psychology and author of The Tao of Jung: The Way of Integrity
Let Us Share: A Conversation on Growing Older
Author: Lou Dunn Diekemper
Publisher: Synergy Books
About The Author:
Lou Dunn Diekemper holds a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Studies and has always been interested in the cross-cultural powers of human intuition and spirituality. She owns a book and gift store and travels extensively. Lou is a community leader and has been recognized for her deep commitment to community service in arts, education and empowerment of women.
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