It Made a Difference to that One

It Made a Difference to that One

by Richard J. Bauman
It Made a Difference to that One

It Made a Difference to that One

by Richard J. Bauman



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This book is a collection of stories about actions and events that made a difference in the life of someone--perhaps the person accomplishing the deed--perhaps a person or persons observing it--perhaps the recipient. Some of the stories are spiritual in nature, some are secular and some are stories of unusual behavior that nonetheless give us insight into another person's life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012034304
Publisher: RichDon
Publication date: 03/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 186
File size: 120 KB

About the Author

Richard Bauman has been writing magazine articles for more than 35-years. He writes about history, travel, health issues, spirituality and self help topics. His articles have appeared in such magazines as American Way, Rotarian, Elks Sacred Journal, Catholic Yearbook, Lutheran Digest, Family Motor Coaching, Highways, Catholic Digest, Decision, Signs of the Times, Mature Years, Mature Living, Women’s World, Automobile, and many more. He is also the author of the book Awe-Full Moments: Spirituality in the Commonplace. For more than 15 years he was the author of the popular day-to-day calendar, Legal Lunacies.
He has contributed articles or chapters to several other books including: Chicken Soup for the Christian Family Soul; Cup of Comfort; God Allows U-Turns; Where We Live; The Writer’s Research Handbook, Whispers from Heaven and Prepare Our Hearts, and most recently, Voices in Today’s Magazines.
After more than 25-years absent from formal studies, Richard returned to college to earn his bachelor’s degree (much of it through distance learning) in 2002, from Excelsior College in Albany New York.
Richard and his wife, Donna, have been married for nearly 50-years. They have two adult children, Chris and Stephanie, and four grandsons: Noah, Luke, Patrick and Mason. Richard and Donna reside in Southern California. Visit his website:
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