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by Daniel Gebhardt

ePub I Am This One Walking Beside Me: Meditations of an HIV Positive Gay Man download
Author:
Daniel Gebhardt
ISBN13:
978-0829816327
ISBN:
0829816321
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Publisher:
Pilgrim Pr; F First Edition edition (April 30, 2005)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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1372 kb
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Gebhardt provides readers with insight into such topics as everyday living, medical issues, relationships, I Am This One .

Gebhardt provides readers with insight into such topics as everyday living, medical issues, relationships, I Am This One Walking Beside Me is a moving collection of prayers written by Daniel Gebhardt, who has been living with HIV/AIDS for the past 20 years. What makes this book unique is that Gebhardt writes from a Christian perspective as well as from a gay perspective. Gebhardt provides readers with insight into such topics as everyday living, medical issues, relationships, self-exploration, and death.

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Daniel Gebhardt's amazing little book I Am This One Walking Beside Me isn't really little at all but is instead huge in the way all books should be huge, and that is to say that it is full of heart.

Daniel Gebhardt's amazing little book I Am This One Walking Beside Me isn't really little at all but is instead huge in the way all books should be huge, and that is to say that it is full of heart.

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I Am This One Walking Beside Me is a moving collection of prayers written by Daniel Gebhardt, who has been living with HIV/AIDS for the past 20 years. He also includes prayers that relate to compassion and a global understanding of the disease-a disease that continues to spread, 20+ years after it was first identified.

I am an HIV-positive, 50-year-old gay man. I tested positive for HIV in 2013, when I was 45 years ol. And learning to date after you find out you are HIV-positive can be scary. Sometimes other people will say things that can be hurtful. I tested positive for HIV in 2013, when I was 45 years old. I seroconverted during the time of antiretrovirals and PrEP. But in my experience, most of the time, people have been amazing and kind, and honestly way more educated about dating with HIV than I would have thought.

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I Am This One Walking Beside Me: Meditations of an HIV Positive Gay Man
  • Gebhardt writes a book dealing daily with his life with HIV! The constant battle of how and what to do to LIVE and finally turning to The Lord God for help is very inspiring!

  • Daniel Gebhardt's amazing little book I Am This One Walking Beside Me isn't really little at all but is instead huge in the way all books should be huge, and that is to say that it is full of heart.

    Mr. Gebhardt is an HIV positive gay man who has created a book full of meditations and prayers on how to live life without the negative restrictions imposed on one's self that can come with that disease. However, what he has unwittingly done is created a text just as applicable to anyone, with or without disease, that liberates both the mind and soul and states in a little under a hundred and thirty pages that we are all human but despite our humanness are never truly helpless.

    Gebhardt, a handsome and healthy looking man, is a data manager for the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and who has been living with his disease for the last twenty years. His perspective, both as a Christian and as a gay man, can be at times repetitive but never heavy handed. His meditations are insightful into his life and because they are common ailments of the spirit, any reader is apt to make comparisons to their own lives and nod in agreement at the tricks and games the mind can play that cause self-doubt. The topics cover everything from monetary woes, medical test results, self-destructive behavior, healthy diet, sleeplessness, moving forward with your life despite bad news, and so on.

    What one takes away from the book is what Gebhardt has done himself, and that is to better connect to his inner self and to connect that self to God, creating a lifeline to a support system of a higher power while retaining responsibility for his actions and choices, allowing himself to help himself. The title of the book is translated from a line in an amazing poem by Juan Ramon Imenez, titled Yo No Soy Yo which begins I am not I/ I am this one walking beside me whom I do not see. With subtle grace and through example, Gebhardt shows both what mortals we men be but what ascension we can achieve right here on earth.