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Survivor I Changed the Rules Part 1 available via kindle
Therone Shellman the elder of four children who were taken away from their mother when he was four and thrown into the NYC foster care system. In and out of different homes he and his sister went. He was a child thinking about adult issues like survival and having to look out for his younger sister. At the age of fifteen dissatisfied with the dysfunctional parents who adopted them both, and a school system he felt was biased he turned his back on both and sought the streets. From hustling at fifteen, to pulling stick ups at sixteen, Shellman found himself at the age of seventeen being sentenced to ‘four to twelve” years in prison.
In an honest and brutal way Shellman tells his life story from a powerless child to a power crazed and misdirected youth, survival of the fittest on the streets and in some of the roughest prisons in New York State. Throughout the story you witness his search for self peace and spiritual growth as he sought to balance his troubled life which would ultimately lead him through real life threatening situations where by chance and a little wit he would overcome time and time again. And finally some way some how an awakening rose up within him to change his life and write stories which would help others.
"Survivor" I Changed the Rules is not just a memoir or biography, it is a testament about how strong the human spirit is and the ability within all of us to rise above the chains which imprison us.
We commonly think of neighbors as the people who live near us, but Jesus meant it to include all mankind - even our enemies! Jesus told His famous parable of the Good Samaritan to make it clear that "love your neighbor" means to love all persons, everywhere - not just our friends, allies, countrymen, etc.:
همه ی حرفام رو به خدا گفنم .. همه ی اون حرفایی رو که نه میشه اینجا گفت .. و نه میشه به تو گفت .. سبک شدم ، یه خورده .. اما آروم اصلا .. انگار تموم اون حرفا .. یه جایی .. گوشه دلم .. هنوزم داره سنگینی می کنه .. انگاری قرار نیست .. هیچ وقت ، دل من از هیچی خالی شه .. جمعه .. بازم باید برم .. دلتنگم .. نه .. یعنی نه خیلی .. فقط .. فقط .. دلم شعر می خواد .. یه شعر خوشگل و آروم کننده .. از اون شعرایی که تا ته ته های دلت خنک میشه .. که نیست .. یعنی هست ولی من ندارمش .. *