Hodge Podge

Hodge Podge touches on the deeper movements of our time. It is sprinkled with insightful poetry and playful looks at creation and life amid suffering. More
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  • Category: Essay » Sociology
  • Words: 7,020
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370560400
About Damion Boyd

Boyd has experienced many unusual things. He grew up in a very large and turbulent family. His mom went blind when he was a child. His father was a battered war veteran who worked as a drill instructor in the Marines--running his family like a boot camp.at times. Having learned to cook for his family, Boyd grew up to manage restaurants. But, then went down a path of drug abuse and addiction. Finally, after turning to God for help, he overcame drug addiction and joined a Catholic monastery for 5 years. Later he left the Benedictines and got a job in a shipyard. He married a political refugee from Mexico City, is raising 3 children and has sold several poems and articles over the years. He has 5 books on Amazon: a book of poetry "The Weight of the World", a lifetime achievement "Where do physical ethics come from?" and "Primal Ethics" as well as an amateur theology essay/book "Is God dying". His most recent is a book on Postmodernism titled "Common Misread of Reality".
He can be reached for comment at ferd453@aol.com.

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