Raindrops, Glimpses, Moments: An Unconventional Memoir Of An Unplanned Journey
That being said, a recent self-published book stands out.
When health becomes precarious, and sand runs through the hourglass of time more swiftly, what are the things that really matter in one’s life?
Richman set himself this question, and answers with a memoir that meanders through memories of books loved and past journal entries revisited, with fond recollections of life-changing travels and people.
Montreal’s Thomas More Institute encourages learning through reading and discussion, and the author’s involvement with TMI pervades his thoughtful reminiscences. Raindrops, Glimpses, Moments is in no way the linear chronology of a life; Richman dips into the past, and looks at it in the light of the present.
This is an exercise in the examined life. mRb