Don't Tell Me What To Do: A Spiritual Memoir
Just kill me now, LORD! I'd rather be dead than alive, because nothing I predicted is going to happen. – Jonah 4:3

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I had watched the coffin being lowered into the ground I had stood off to the side observing the indifference and speed of the gravediggers’ work, unable to pull myself away until the last particles of the copper colored, rocky dirt had fallen on the coffin. I gazed down at the ground encasing Mama’s coffin. I took one final look at what I knew was there. There rested years of memories and a proud, decent woman, the one person who had loved me with all of my flaws.


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"... to walk into town. The tracks were hidden by weeds and trees. The road leading to the Grave yard was now paved. Oh how I remembered that clean smell of trees, grass and dirt, so different from the odors I endured in Philly. I thought back to the day I ran away from Ada Mama, ..."
"...Grave What I discovered in the cemetery appalled and amazed me. The headstones on the right and left side of Ada Mama’s Grave had collapsed and sunk. I looked around at the rest of the cemetery where ..."

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