Cynthia Ann- Gainesville, Ga
Stan's Story, A Touch of Love
One Man's Success Story at a time when Success was not an option
Stan's Story is the true story about a child born in 1952. Due to an illness he was left both mentally and physically challenged. It was a time in history when the challenged were put in asylums or back rooms and forgotten. This did not happen to Stan. He became a pioneer in the school system in Fulton County,Ga. and graduated from High School in 1973. He is now employed at Publix in Norcross Ga as a stock clerk.
For him failure is not an option
As I write this book, I take a trip down memory lane. Sometimes it is funny,
sometimes it is sad, and sometimes there is no emotion. This book is about a
family blessed with five children, one of whom was touched by a love that
transcends all love. This book is about him and the way he learned to live in
a world that can be unkind and unforgiving to those that are not considered
normal by the world’s standards. This book is dedicated to all the children
born during the 1950s and early 1960s, when people chose to shun and ignore
the beauty and worth of “inconvenienced” people. This book is dedicated to
the hope that in the past 40 years we have learned to appreciate those who are
less than we expect them to be.
May these children and those after them show “normal” people the true
meaning of unselfish love, determination, total focus, and the high selfesteem
that we all strive for but never reach. May they teach us the joy of total
acceptance of each other, for who we are—not for who we want to be. May
they show us how to be content with the talents that we are blessed with and
how to use those talents to best serve the Creator.
God never creates anything that is flawed. Everything that he makes is
good. Let “normal” people understand this and know that we all have a place
in this universe.
Your book is just fabulous. I started reading it and could not put it down until I completely finished the book. You are an excellent writer and your story of love for Stan is so wonderful
Donna Kaye -Florida
YVONNE, STAN`S STORY IS AMAZING. MOST WOULD SAY THEY DON`T BELIEVE IN MIRACLES. PRECEIVING LIFE TO BE LUCK AND THE LUCKY ARE FEW. THE BIBLE IS BASED ON FAITH, HOPE AND LOVE. GOD HAS INSTRUCTED HUMANS TO BELIEVE IN HIM. STAN`S STORY TO ME, IS NOT ABOUT HIS MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DISABILITIESS: BUT RATHER HIS LOVE TOWARD ALL. STAN`S UNCONDITIONAL, NONJUGEMENTAL AND A FREE WILL TO LOVE WILL INSPIRE ALL WHO READ “A TOUCH OF LOVE”. YOUR PARENTS FAITH IS HOPE TO ALL.GODS IMAGE IS NOT LUCK. IT BREATHES; IT WALKS, AND IT LOVES. IT`S NAME IS STANLEY CLINTON ROBINSON, A MAN CREATED IN GOD`S IMAGE. THE MASTER IS TRULY PLEASED WITH YOUR WORK AND HIS. THANKS FOR PUTTING THE WORDS ON PAPER. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. LOVE YOU, DONNA KAYE (HENRY) ROBERTS
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