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I Jpurchased the Kindle edition of this book, which is great for me.
If you're wondering, "What difference can I make in the world, just one person, insignificant as I am," please read this book.
The actions of others will inspire all who read this book to act with courage, confidence, and conscience in their own lives.
What made this such an interesting read for me was not only the content of the book, but also the way in which I became aware of it. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Alan L. Chase
Have not read it yet, but it looks good! The words are clear and the book is undamaged. (This book feels lighter than I thought it would)Published 11 days ago by Jiaxuan Xu
Yes, I'd recommend it ..honestly can't remember much of it, but don't hold that against it - could just be my memory slippin'.rather than being forgettable..Published 2 months ago by another struggling student
Great book. I bought this book for a class and I was required to read only 4-5 essays. I read the entire book!!!Published 5 months ago by Geoffrey Janke
this was a mandatory read for a college class. it should be a mandatory read for everyone. great guest bathroom book since its filled with inspirational and life changing stories... Read morePublished 7 months ago by kaya
Amazing- Inspiring- great companion book for anyone taking a civic engagement class. Short stories and essays from a few of the worlds most brilliant civic leaders.Published 8 months ago by Megan Brown
highly recommended for our younger generation who are hungry and thirsty of justice for a positive social change especially in a society ravaged by injustice and many more... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jose M Kabeya
"THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL TAKE A LITTLE WHILE: A Citizen's Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear" : Brilliant collection! Yes, it gives hope and deep thought in a time of change. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Henny Wise
many people trying to "do good" in the world and continually rebuffed. This book is for that person: guidance on how to think about things optimistically, how to stay... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rebecca Laszlo