Traits and Emotions of a Salvageable Soul: A Conversation with a Touch of Class: Volume 1
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All people have their own remarkably intrinsic value, and it’s time we recognize it in ourselves and share it with the people in our lives.
From the wisdom of elders comes Traits and Emotions of a Salvageable Soul: A Conversation with a Touch of Class, a guide to growing and healing ourselves so that we can live the quality of life we were always meant to live. From life’s hard lessons, Crawford offers the reader encouragement and truth, a path for using life’s challenges to overcome and even thrive.
Don’t give up, he reminds us. Every one of us has great potential and purpose. We just need to have faith in ourselves and courage.
Keeshawn Crawford was born in 1973 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Having made it no further than the tenth grade, he found himself learning the lessons of life inside the state penitentiary of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. Determined to help prevent youth from experiencing such a hard reality, Mr. Crawford quietly gathered wisdom from elders and poetically placed what he had learned in books so that the world could see the beauty of an incarcerated soul. Mr. Crawford’s first book is Reclaimed: Everlasting Wisdom, and he is currently working on Traits and Emotions of a Salvageable Soul, Volume II, with his eyes set on becoming a certified peer assistant.