Silence Is Multi-Colored In My World

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An imaginative collection of memories and observations written from the perspective of a young man who was orphaned early, who was gay, deaf and Russian. He was simple and complex, light-hearted and serious, whimsical and infinitely strong, and when he loved, he loved with all his heart and soul. Winner in Rainbow Awards 2012 category: best biography/memoir. More

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Words: 48,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476164861
About Red Haircrow

Red Haircrow is an award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction, poet, private chef and former law enforcement officer of Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee descent who lives in Berlin, Germany. A BSc in Psychology, Red is also a press and casting agent, and owner of the multi-media entity Flying With Red Haircrow.

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A biography written in memoir style of a courageous young deaf man: an orphan and former sex worker who beats the odd by escaping his native Ukraine to find a home, love and finally peace in Germany.

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Review by: Andune on June 12, 2012 :
I’ve only recently discovered how deeply I enjoy memoirs. There is something quite indescribable about having the opportunity to walk alongside someone’s words, on a part of their life journey, as they share what they are willing to, generously and openheartedly.

Silence Is Multi-Colored In My World touched some deep fibers in my soul. G.Y.S. led a complex and passionate life, a unique, painful, loving and intense life breathed into this book and colored in ideas and words that I found myself unexpectedly resonating with powerfully. As different as our paths may have been as we walk together on this Earth, for me this book transcends all differences, stereotypes, judgements and becomes the sharing forth of a very honest human experience relevant to all of us, connected to all of us. Indeed, we are not alone.

Entries about deafness, dreams, friendship, love, gay relationships, wanderlust, poetry, orphans and schadefreunde all feel to me like the pieces of mosaic that make up the most breathtaking image: look closely and you see fragments, take a step back and stare in wonder at how all those bits can be so perfectly in place, revealing something much greater if you only allow it. And it’s not necessary to agree or disagree with all that is said, it is not necessary even to understand all, for there are things I might never be able to understand no matter how hard I try, but really it is about listening and embracing someone’s story, their triumphs and difficulties, their passion and hardship, their strength and conviction.

As someone who has devoted their life to sound, and I suppose, at the same time silence, it is always very compelling for me to learn the perspective of someone who is deaf, and understands the vibration spectrum in a very different, but no less meaningful way. I wish I could have met G.Y.S. and had a conversation, but since that was not to be I feel grateful to get to know him through his words, his visions, his sense of humor and honest dialogue.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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