I and my father are one
The Theft of Memory: Losing My father, One Day at a Time by Jonathan KozolHouse author Jonathan Kozols deeply personal biography of his father, a brilliant neurologist who suffered from Alzheimers.
There are few writers of conscience who write as beautifully as Jonathan Kozol. Departing from the South Bronx and turning his sensitive eye to his own life and legacy, The Theft of Memory is Kozols most personal book to date, as it explores the life of his father, Harry.
Dr. Harry L. Kozol was a nationally-renowned neurologist whose work helped establish the emerging fields of forensic psychiatry and neuropsychiatry. He was a remarkable clinician with unusual capacity to diagnose and identify neurological and psychotic illnesses in highly complicated and sophisticated people, including well-known artists, writers, and intellectuals. Notably, in Eugene ONeills last years, the playwright moved to Boston so that he could live close to Kozols fathers office.
In addition to his successful private practice in Boston, Kozol operated in a grim arena marked by extreme violence. But while his role as a forensic expert placed him in the public eye for high-profile criminal defendants such as Albert DeSalvo (the Boston Strangler) and Patty Hearst, he was--as his son articulates--a healer of tormented people, not their judge, not their interrogator.
With the same lyricism and clarity that have defined Kozols acclaimed work on education for decades,The Theft of Memory intimately describes Harrys vibrant life, the challenges following his self-diagnosis of Alzheimers, and the evolution of their relationship throughout.
This unique biography will have a long shelf life as a moving portrait of an extraordinary man, a window into the heart of one of our nations foremost education activists, and a frank examination of how we come to terms with caregiving.
Ahmed Deedat Answer - What did Jesus mean saying 'I and my Father are One'!
One as the Father and the Son are one
Please read John in the context of where it is found. No man takes it from me, but I lay it down of myself. This commandment have I received OF my Father. There was a division therefore again among the Jews for these sayings. And many of them said, He has a devil, and is mad; why hear you him? Others said, These are not the words of him that has a devil. Can a devil open the eyes of the blind?
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BIBLE VERSE JOHN 10-30 EXPLAINED BY chrissullivanministries.com NAIK, I AND MY FATHER ARE ONE
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