It Takes Star Dust To Create a Star is one man s journey from choosing his parents in the forests of Pennsylvania to returning to the stars on or about the year 2033. An altar boy and a paper boy he enjoyed the sanctity and sanctuary of a small child who learned at an early age that we are here to sing and dance and give praise to the life of bringing joy to others. As a youth worker in Pittsburgh he trained four children to sing as the group of Don & the Pennies. His Journey continues on towards fatherhood as he becomes an actor in New York, making choices that lead him to his one true vocation that of being a loving father and husband. He has wonderful meetings with Carol Burnett, Deborah Howe, author of Bunnicula, who died quite young . He has discovered the wonder of prayer and of developing at P.A.T.H. that will help us on the Journey to the Stars. He has plunged to the depths of despair and to the wonder of the heavens. In a few short words he tells teenagers they are the hope of the world and asks all to honor the sanctity of the children of the world and to join together to provide them sanctuary. He is the director of the annual Peace at Last concert and charts the first inspiration to the actual event from his love of the music of Stephen Foster to the sharing with the world the wonderful work of Anton Dvorak who turned Foster s simple Way Down Upon the Swanee River (Old folks at home) into a choral symphonic piece. He writes of a new vision for this earth, a place where we certainly recognize our function here is to totally believe in all the world coming to the realization that, like Martin Luther King, Jr., who he stood shoulder to shoulder with in 1965, will be not only free at last but experience peace at last.