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Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought
     

Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought

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by Joyce Moore
 
There are always at least two sides to every story. Somewhere in between is where the truth is hidden. Those who seek the truth, even when it is not what they want to hear, will live the most genuine life. Your decisions may be the same, but they will be based upon an unadulterated integrity. If there is a small voice inside you whispering questions, have the courage

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There are always at least two sides to every story. Somewhere in between is where the truth is hidden. Those who seek the truth, even when it is not what they want to hear, will live the most genuine life. Your decisions may be the same, but they will be based upon an unadulterated integrity. If there is a small voice inside you whispering questions, have the courage to seek the answers, lest your personal truth becomes counterfeit by omission. Decisions made, actions taken, judgments ruled -- sans listening to every faction with as much objectivity as humanly possible -- will always be based upon warped evidence, ultimately causing those who continue stand upon such flawed reality, to fall.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982205624
Publisher:
All Things That Matter Press
Publication date:
10/31/2008
Pages:
178
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

A Renaissance woman defined as a self-taught artist, writer, community activist and advocate of the arts, E. Joyce Moore, whose artistic name is JEMI, holds a passion for the arts since childhood. In 1997, she founded a grassroots organization supporting the education of and about artists of color and African descent: the Alliance of African American Artists, Inc. Her passion for fine arts have given her the opportunity to work with such talents as author Dr. Halima Taha, Ora Reed - cultural ambassador for the state of Mississippi, jazz musician Pharez, and classic tenor Derrick Alton. Joyce is an artist, a fine art advocate, a poet and a writer of numerous articles published by Black Suburban Journal newspaper, American Vision magazine, and Newslink, including an on-going column "From the Stoop." She wrote play and movie reviews for NUVO newspaper, and has op-eds and articles published with an array of e-zines, national and international online news sources and various hard-copy magazines and publications. Her writing experiences include interviews of public figures such as Kwesi Mfume, Ed Gordon, Slide Hampton and the Hampton family. She self-published her first non-fiction book, "Gettin' to the Good Wood" which received exceptional reviews from the Indianapolis Recorder and the 2004 Midwest Book Review, and this book is her first collection of poetry. She is a contributor to a number of books, including Chicken Soup for the African American Soul, What is the Purpose of a Banana by Dr. Carlton Green, Gumbo for the Soul and the MoAD Stories Project and the MoAD Stories Project: I've Known Rivers. She has expressed her creativity on film, directing a cable television show in Indiana back in 1984, creating an infomercial for AT&T products in 1988 and producing a video, introducing various emerging artists, for the 2000 National Black Fine Arts Show. Joyce has a television drama series concept and script currently being considered by a major cable network, and is working on her first dramatic screenplay. Moore has also completed the writing of two children's books: I Like Brown, illustrated by fine artist Charlotte Riley-Webb and the second -- Jahzzara -- is a large multimedia project that she is developing and hopes to launch in 2008.

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Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Likes-Good_Books More than 1 year ago
Talk about great poetry-Joyce Moore speaks to many facets of our being. A new voice of today's troubled times that gets to the core of our being. Really good stuff!