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A Depiction of Compassion and Joy

By: WebWire

Inspiration can come from many different places. It's just a matter of looking for it. It can get to the point where just observing the beauty of life can be a source of inspiration, even if it's as simple as a quote that says: “I am the greatest.” However, we frequently seek inspiration from those we admire, whether they are famous people or ordinary people we meet on the street.

Marvin A. Hayes' creation, “The Story of a Man,” brings to light his source of inspiration in life, an inspiration that lifts him out of his fears and allows him to grow with compassion and courage. The book is a collection of poetry based on the author's personal life, with photos of his family added to add to the familial feel of it all.

The nature of the book is something that soothes the minds of those who have fallen through hard times. It emphasizes the growth of one individual character, encouraging them to open their eyes to the positives of life and to feel peace and joy despite the fears they may have about the unknown.

Copies of this inspirational work are available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and GoToPublish.

“The Story of a Man”
Author: Marvin A. Hayes
Kindle: $2.99
Paperback: $18.99
Hardback: $35.76

About the Author
Marvin A. Hayes a.k.a. is an artist, poet, actor, songwriter, and retired United States Air Force Vietnam-era veteran, was born in Fordyce, Arkansas, on September 5, 1948. His parents relocated to Cleveland, Ohio, in 1950, where he attended Cleveland Public Schools and Griswold Institute.

He enrolled at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio in 1971, to study English and the arts. He later attended Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio, and earned an Associate of Arts degree. He began his acting career in 1980, under the stage name “Abdullah Bey,” and trained at the infamous Karamu House where he taught and appeared in a variety of plays.

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