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Rachel, The Little Lady that Could: Her Life, Wisdom, Wit, Poetry, and Singular Insights

This book is a tribute to an amazing woman’s aspiration to share her wit and wisdom; and possibly help the perplexed to gain an increased insight into the meaning of life. It represents an almost full arc of her thoughts from when she was a young woman through to the last year of her life. It is not a biography, although it does contain some biographical material such as how she managed to survive the horrors of the Bolshevik revolution. It also includes chapters by two of her closest friends, Lauretta Herman and Dr. Bev Questad. Lauretta said:

“She [Rachel] was the five senses, and she led one into a sharper state of awareness—an almost extrasensory response.”…

Submitted:Mar 3, 2012
Author:Mario Rabinowitz
Brand:Mario Rabinowitz
Total comments:1
Category:Humor
4 diggs • 1 comment • Mar 3, 2012

Amazon.com: Rachel, The Little Lady that Could: Her Life, Wisdom, Wit, Poetry, and Singular Insights eBook: Mario Rabinowitz, Rachel Rabinowitz: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Rachel, The Little Lady that Could: Her Life, Wisdom, Wit, Poetry, and Singular Insights eBook: Mario Rabinowitz, Rachel Rabinowitz: Kindle Store

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