The Writings on the Wall
by Ross O. Walker and Fredrick Bass II and Jacarlos Davis


Overview - Isn't it horrible when people look past others as if they are invisible? It would be even more devastating if that someone were you. Think about the times when you felt lonely, sad, bullied, or just plain ignored. Everyone at some point has felt the pain of being the outsider.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Isn't it horrible when people look past others as if they are invisible? It would be even more devastating if that someone were you. Think about the times when you felt lonely, sad, bullied, or just plain ignored. Everyone at some point has felt the pain of being the outsider. Now, think about feeling like an outsider every day of your life. The feeling of helplessness and hopelessness invades your total being, but there is no escaping yourself. You must accept who you are, what you are, and find a way to make others understand your value and worth, but, first you have to find your self-worth. That is where the real problem lies. Hiding behind invisible bars that society has placed you, and trying to figure out how to free yourself of the chains that bind your creativity and identity. In this book, we talk about the trials and tribulations that we face when are labeled as "different" by society. The stories that you will read, express the fears and tears that young black men face in society when they acknowledge their sexual orientation. You will find that having the label of "different" is not so different after all. Everyone has the same fears and desires. Ultimately, we all want to be loved. We as humans are put on Earth to live as a family unit. We do not fare well alone. Humans thrive together-we communicate, we compete, and we commit. We wrote this book to allow our readers to see the sunshine after the rain, and after the pain we emerge victorious. The inspiration for this book came from each of us. We aspire to be better people and are inspired by all the successful people that make up the gay community. We each have a story to tell, while each one is different, the goals is the same-To find inspiration in our struggle.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781502350640
  • ISBN-10: 1502350645
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: March 2015
  • Page Count: 206
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.62 pounds


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