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Keep Going: The Art of Perseverance Paperback – March 3, 2009
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About the Author
Joseph M. Marshall III is a historian, motivational speaker and Lakota storyteller. He is a consultant and lecturer on leadership skills and he has developed a leadership seminar program based on the philosophies of Crazy Horse. Marshall's books have been translated into seven languages.
Hearing the Lakota historian and storyteller read these wonderful tales, listeners will know they are part of a deep historical tradition of teaching character traits through colorful, heartwarming stories. Marshall is a quiet and intimate interpreter who stands back from the stories and lets their curious power speak for itself. The narrative presents the lessons as passed down to a grieving young man by his grandfather. The dialogue between the two provides a timeless view of what young people in every culture need and mostly do not ask their elders to provide. The lessons on determination, perseverance, courage, and faith are made more poignant by the sting of the young man's immediate loss and the grind of life's constant challenges. T.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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We purchased the book and as my husband began reading it he understood his friends comments. "This is a great book for now and in the future if needed".
This book is more than about persevering. It is about how the Lakota's treat family, friends, and everyone else. They are so in tune with accepting others as they are, helping each other out and dealing with life. They understand nature is part of the whole and not something that should be abused.
They sound like our forefathers' when they came to America and how we used to act as a nation--hard working, respectful and thankful for what they have.
I highly recommend this book for anyone to read just not those going through a hard time in life.
I have sent this book to one friend and a CD to another I think so much of it and they both love what it is all about.
Same style of writing and storytelling etc. but always filled with wisdom.
If you like his work/style a lot I'd recommend it.