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The Death of Hope Geiselle Fauntleroy

The Death of Hope

Geiselle Fauntleroy

Published March 22nd 2007
ISBN : 9781598583151
Paperback
68 pages
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Yeni, a promising young black man has been sentenced to life in prison for a murder he did commit. Silence was the silent killer. From prison, he takes on the incredible responsibility of choosing to attempt to alter the thinking of mainstreamMoreYeni, a promising young black man has been sentenced to life in prison for a murder he did commit. Silence was the silent killer. From prison, he takes on the incredible responsibility of choosing to attempt to alter the thinking of mainstream America through his personal testimonies. The Death of Hope, is like a car wreck, where you look into your rear-view mirror in an effort to keep from harm, yet the accident takes place. Was the object there all along? Yes it was. Either you honestly didnt see it, chose not to see it, or thought you could beat it. After the collision, you wonder where did that come from?.that is if you honestly didnt see it. Or, you wish you had taken more time to observe the situation. Or, you regret your choice to think you could beat it..Had you only yielded. This book is about change.positive change. Negativity has had its way for too long.now its time for it to give way! This book is about the feeling of powerlessness, when in actuality, you have power beyond measure. The Death of Hope urges us to claim our unlimited power and responsibility in an effort to live well and without fear. It challenges us to work together toward a common goal which will benefit all, for years to come. There are some things that we cannot wait for someone to give.especially if its ours already. We have to take it back! Hope is not really dead, it sleepeth. Arise Hope!...take up your bed and walk! We need you.now. Let the struggle begin! The right to complain is reserved for those willing to work toward a solution (I dont know who or if anybody said it before, but its far too profound for me to have come up with on my own).