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March 16, 2009

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Jen Davis

This sounds really interesting! I will be checking it out for sure.

I am so happy to have found your blog through your friend Vicky Meier...wonderful site, thank you!

vic

How sad that we as a super nation can not, or better said, will not take care of our own.

Steve Lopez gives a restorative true life tale in The Soloist, of life. Life challenges, decisions and hopes. More is needed in these lives of broken destitute human beings. More will always be needed. How can one person make a difference, while reading this account of Nathaniel Ayers, Mr. Lopez shows us how. He is not in it for fame and glory but to reach out, help a neighbor and in the end he comes away with a bonus, a better understanding of himself.

When the movie comes to town, it will be unquestionable whether you should see it or not. Thumbs Up!

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