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by Jimmy Carter

eBook Sharing Good Times download ISBN: 0743540255
Author: Jimmy Carter
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Unabridged edition (November 23, 2004)
Language: English
ePub: 1235 kb
Fb2: 1949 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People

What gives Sharing Good Times friction and depth is Carter's sometimes bracing understanding of his own flaws. This book is a reflection back across the life of a workaholic - Jimmy Carter.

What gives Sharing Good Times friction and depth is Carter's sometimes bracing understanding of his own flaws. - The New York Times. Sharing Good Times is a wonderful holiday gift. - Larry King, Larry King Live. In it he talks about how he eventually learned to take time out to relax and have fun with friends and family - something we all should do. What a marvelous man!

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Sharing Good Times is an inspirational guide for anyone desiring to stretch mind and heart and to combine work .

Sharing Good Times is an inspirational guide for anyone desiring to stretch mind and heart and to combine work and pleasure. In this wonderfully evocative volume, Jimmy Carter writes about the things that matter most, the simple relaxed days and nights that he has enjoyed with family and friends through the years and across the generations. Sharing Good Times - Jimmy Carter. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. IN THE PAST, I have written about history, political science, religion, the technique of negotiation, outdoor experiences, a novel about the Revolutionary War, a book of poetry, and a presidential memoir-all fairly serious subjects. This book is about the more challenging, relaxing, and enjoyable experiences that I have known-both at work and at play.

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0 5 Author: Jimmy Carter. In this wonderfully evocative volume, Jimmy Carter writes about the things that matter most, the simple relaxed days and nights that he has enjoyed with family and friends through the years and across the generations

Jimmy Carter dedicated his 2004 book, Sharing Good Times, to Prince, and discusses her in his 2005 book, Our . CHAPTER VII - Race and the Residence:. Mary Fitzpatrick, as she was known at the time, was sentenced to life in prison.

Jimmy Carter dedicated his 2004 book, Sharing Good Times, to Prince, and discusses her in his 2005 book, Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis, as an example of the dangers of racism and of the death penalty, saying that had the dead man been white, she would "likely" have been wrongfully executed like Lena Baker  .

In this wonderfully evocative volume, Jimmy Carter writes about the things that matter most, the simple relaxed days and nights that he has enjoyed with family and friends through the years and across the generations.

In this wonderfully evocative volume, following the outstanding success of The Hornet's Nest, Christmas in Plains, and his classic, An Hour Before Daylight, Jimmy Carter shows us the things that matter most, the simple relaxed days and nights that he has enjoyed with family and friends through the years and across generations.

Here are lively and witty accounts of exploring the outdoors with his father and with black playmates, making furniture and painting, and exploring new adventures and places with children, grandchildren, and friends. He describes how he learned to share life with his wife, Rosalynn, to grant each other personal space, and to compete with her on the tennis court, high mountains, trout streams, and ski slopes.

These lifetime experiences can be an inspirational guide to anyone desiring to stretch mind and heart, and to combine work and pleasure.

Comments: (7)
VizoRRR
Enjoyed reading this book. Although it is short, I found it as easy but informative read about a truthful relationship. Found it made me more appreciative of the Carter couple and family. We feel the same way about communication and respect through the years with mutual and individual interests to keep the relationship vital.
Inertedub
Love that this is narrated by President Carter!
Tyler Is Not Here
was a gift and they liked it very much
Kalv
From our greatest living statesman come more pearls of wisdom.

A kind and thoughtful man, husband and father, Jimmy Carter shares insightful stories of his life with friends and family. Learn how love and trust can carry us through the tuff times and reward us in the golden years.
Saithi
Former President Carter is an amazing man. Besides all the work he does via the Carter Center, he takes time to write books about the things he thinks are imortant. This book is a reflection back across the life of a workaholic - Jimmy Carter. In it he talks about how he eventually learned to take time out to relax and have fun with friends and family - something we all should do. What a marvelous man!
Kerry
It was very good
Varshav
They may have been good times for President Carter, but for many of us his administration brought painful inflation, 17% interest rates for houses, the great give away of the Panama Canal (bought and paid for with American taxes and lives), a failed rescue of the Iranian Hostages (he should have left this one to the experts, or at least to Ross Perot), and his total lack of leadership leaves little to compliment Jimmy's good times. I thought the book was shallow, devious, incomplete and a waste of time and money.
I was truly surprised to learn so many unusual things about Jimmy Carter that I was certainly not aware of. I was really shocked to learn that he was a very good mountain clumber and tackled famous majestic mountains. He was an ecologist before it was the "in thing to do". I really had a rather poor opinion of him and considered him to be not much more than a peanut farmer. How unfair I was to this remarkable man! Knowing what I do now, I wish I could meet him and sit down to talk to him and get to know him better. I always considered him to be a religious person and admire his opinions on many subjects, but his respect for so many diverse faiths and people is certainly admirable. I was sorry to learn of his battle with cancer and can only wish him well in his struggle, but I am sure God has plans for him when we lose him!.