. . . the being and essence of but one man that lived a lifetime, but a short period of our earthly existence . . . 71 years.
A man, not unlike each of us, his legacy, that continually experienced life, developing, growing, changing, searching and learning new ways on his path to the Promised Land of his life.
A man striving to refine himself. This is not only his "Work Of Art" that he penned on paper, but the work of a man becoming . . . the work of Art . . .
The Promised Land . . . . . . . .
written by a person who loves
and admires Arthur George Thayer,