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Sunny appeared to have it all, but he would come to learn that the foundation of something great starts with the one thing no amount of money can buy. Daphne’s reckless life lived without substance will remind us to think twice about how we fill the voids in our life. Leon’s struggle to balance his desires and his convictions begs us to look at our own morality—in theory and in practice. C .J. will help us understand that we must remain consciously aware of our limitations, because ignoring them may lead us to a place of no return.
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About the Author
Anthony "Doc" Hamilton, one of San Francisco Bay Area's highly sought after barbers, has emerged as one of the most sobering voices of his generation. Once thought to have a learning disability, "Doc" spent most of his childhood having his passions and dreams suppressed beneath the cloud of ridicule and mistreatment often suffered by children viewed as different or slow. Young "Doc" would see oppressive atrocities committed against him by the very people in charge of his sense of self. The weapons used to beat back the ambitions of his future became the tools he would later use to strengthen his mind and tune his voice to the harmonic tone of the times. His rough upbringing has invoked a refreshing sense of honesty and originality. Though many years his voice has been silent, today he is excited to speak.