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There Is Something About An Aqua Velva Man

There Is Something About An Aqua Velva Man

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by James C Galbraith

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THE REAL STORY in "There's Something About An Aqua Velva Man...." by James C. Galbraith is about much more than men's after-shave lotion....it demonstrates in amazing ways how a young man's life can change from a very ordinary everyday one to a busy and fascinating dream-come-true life as a TV commercial actor for dozens of different products. You may recognize some

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There Is Something About An Aqua Velva Man 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cominus More than 1 year ago
This book is a simple, fast chronicle of a very interesting and complex life - a FUN life. We all should have fun lives. Some do more than others. To read my friend's book is like reading the life of a charmed person. But, I know Jim and not everything has come to him easily. Abraham Lincoln said something along the line that a person is about as happy as they make up their mind to be. James Galbraith decided long ago, he was going to be happy. His happiness, however, did not spring up from self-determination or any such other efforts. The source of his happiness came from finding salvation in the person of the Son of God. You see, before he got saved (that's believer talk for receiving Jesus Christ), he was a miserable wreck. His life was on self-destruct and he was destroying the lives of those around him. Jesus changed all that - in a day, in an instant. This book is a testament to a life sold out for Jesus Christ. Reading about someone else's life is always fun, especially when it is someone you know - and they are still alive. I had fun learning new things about my friend and reading about episodes he had told me before - some I had forgot. You will enjoy reading this book as well. Jim wasn't a victim in any sense of the word. He reached out and grabbed life and you will enjoy reading about his faith and his courage. It will encourage you to raise your sights and set new goals, with the help of God in your life. Less than one hundred pages and lots of pictures, this book is a fast read. A couple hours with this book and you will be refreshed and ready to take on the day, yourself - with God.