"So I do not wish you a long life but a good life".
(PRWEB) March 25, 2015
Ain't All Good Ain't All Bad – That’s the Way It Was
Anthropologists 1000 years from now will use Ain't All Good Ain't All Bad, as a resource to understand from the boots on the ground level the events of the 20th century and how they translated into the lives, hearts and souls of those who lived it. It is a fascinating book about the rapid pace evolution or perhaps revolution of social drama, as the author tells of being a gay basher while in law school and moving into total acceptance of them; how his father was KKK and he starts law school with the first blacks admitted into a public school in the South and moves on to be a participant in the civil rights movement; the role of women at the time of his marriage and then the rocky and disastorous road leading through the 60s; how he experienced “bullying” by his brother who almost buried him alive. The last chapter entitled “Death Watch” is a riveting account of something we are just starting to talk about – nearing the end of our lives. The author talks about it, as he does racial relations, spousal abuse, and other social issues which he believes that, well, we just need to talk about.