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Gentlemen:

It's always delightful to read stories about our childhood days, especially good stories about happy days. Thinking of that, before going to vacation, I'd like to share with you all another story. It's not mine; it's not even a story. It's a book written by my close friend Ruben about his</u> childhood days. You may have heard his name already. He was born paralyzed in the country where disabled people were never officially existed. The book "White on Black" was translated to over 20 languages and won numerous publisher awards. It's really worth to read as an example of human will to live.

Ruben's wife is a US Army Captain. At the time she was serving in Iraq, was reading the book to our wounded soldiers in the hospital, giving them hope to win their fight against Death.

You can even preview the book over here:
http://www.amazon.com/White-Black-Ruben-Gallego/dp/015603235X/ref=sr_1_5/103-3495043-3639033
 
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