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Just "growing up" confronted with economic depression and the political extremes leading to WW II, he choses a career(s) in which he confronts the unfairness and the contradictions that deflate and often defeat the search for ways to make sense of what confronts us.
These stories also convey how each of us, maybe on our way to the prom, or as a CO "guinea pig" for medical research, or in an elevator on Capital Hill, literally might put not only our life, but more importantly the meaning of our life, on the line.
Written in a clear, thoughtful style, Armin's descriptions are shared in a manner that seems intended to encourage and enable us, the readers, to annotate our own experiences as we travel our own journeys.
Read and reread - aloud. This journal encourages us to pay attention as much as we dare. And then to share.
This book may be boring if u can't because all family ties are so.mundane..
But so much of the book is about pleasantries and travel long gone that it is a bit.of time travel.my father wrote his memoirs this way and there is value morals and kindness to witness.