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Locked in to life

By: Howell, R. Patton, 1921-
Contributor(s): Hall, James Albert (1934- )
Material type: TextTextBoise, ID Tea Road Press c2002Description: 213p.; bibliog. refs.; appendix; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0970866623Subject(s): Hall, James, 1934- | Cerebrovascular diseaseLOC classification: RC388.5.H35 H69 2002
Contents:
1 Stroke. 2 The James that Patton knew. 3 The James that James knoew. 4 Patton measures James. 5 Patton's exit. 6 James' story. 7 The wild universe. 8 Redeemed. Appendix. Resources
Abstract: 'James Hall teaches us how he lost his body [a form of stroke so devastating and complete that the resulting physical damage is considered a death sentence],but found his heart. Hall's mind-body disconnection freed him to discover profound truths that he elegantly shares with his readers. Hall's challenge to find his body is an epiphany for all who search for the essence of humanity.' --Mehmet Oz
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1 Stroke. 2 The James that Patton knew. 3 The James that James knoew. 4 Patton measures James. 5 Patton's exit. 6 James' story. 7 The wild universe. 8 Redeemed. Appendix. Resources

'James Hall teaches us how he lost his body [a form of stroke so devastating and complete that the resulting physical damage is considered a death sentence],but found his heart. Hall's mind-body disconnection freed him to discover profound truths that he elegantly shares with his readers. Hall's challenge to find his body is an epiphany for all who search for the essence of humanity.' --Mehmet Oz

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