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9781449716066

Triumph of Age

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  • ISBN13:

    9781449716066

  • ISBN10:

    1449716067

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-12-19
  • Publisher: Author Solutions

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Summary

Triumph of Age is about the way of life in a rural town full of farmland and regular townies considering change. Change and transition in life is what the characters in Triumph of Age face-everything from adventure to retirement to teaching children, as well as the interaction of Christianity and spiritual aims to the everyday person. Triumph of Age is a priceless and precious look at the times that have come and gone, the "times that are a-changin'" and the relentless, ever-existing goal of finding one's self and meeting with God. If you are looking for a short, inspirational read, then Triumph of Age, by Joy Kundu, is your book.

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It was a cold winter day in December. When the door was opened, flurries came flying in. When she stepped out into the weather, it was a cold chill that brought a shiver to her back. Francis grew up in New York state in a rural area so that when she turned eighteen, it had been eighteen winters that she had faced that same chill. But this day was different. Francis was starting a new job. She had never worked before, but she knew her time would go easy on her as long as she didn’t get afraid of change. This was a big life change.  And as such, her self was ready for it.  Her mother, Madeline was nearing her days as a retiree, on the other hand. Not only was she not prepared for a retiree’s life and such experience but the time was not one she was looking forward to. Being unemployed virtually scared her. Being alone at home scared her. And the lack of money was no gift.  But between now and later was a date worth remembrance to heal both the entrance and the exit of a career.

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