Same Kind of Different As Me
Ron Hall and Denver Moore’s true story of respect, kindness, friendship, and different backgrounds shows how much we miss by assuming things about others just by looking at them. We miss opprotunity’s to engage in meaningful relationships. Denver was a homeless man, who lived in his younger days as a sharecropper in the deep Lousiana south, and Ron an art dealer who grew up poor and had to fight his way up. Both men suffered, both men needed a strong woman to bring them together so they could be friends and heal.
This story touched my heart, Ron’s wife Debbie was a strong woman and she had heart, soul, and she saw the value in people no matter if they were homeless or not. I love that.
If you want a real life story full of friendship and true heart then this is the book for you.
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Ron Hall and Denver Moore
In exchange for my review I was given a free copy of Ron Hall and Denver Moore’s book Same Kind of Different As Me from Harper Collins. The opinions I express are my own and I was not influenced.