This is a collection of my book blurbs publicizing the titles available in my Kindle Collection on Amazon. They sell for $2.99 apiece. If you don’t want to spring for the purchase price, all of these books are available for free on my other WordPress site which is a collection of all of my work published either as these ebooks or simply as internet musings. The only thing missing there are the photographs. Check that out at

This is a collection of 100 photographs with accompanying reflections. There is a problem with the formatting of landscape images, which prevents the photo from being aligned with the typeset. The typeset can do vertical and horizontal, the images cannot. If you can live with that, you have it made. If you would have a hard time living with that, do not purchase this book, or either of the two like it described below. Your balance and harmony are the most important things, and the world is wobbly enough as it is. Our place is to reduce the noise and complexity in our life to a manageable level and maintain it, like the quality gyroscope we are, throughout the length of the roller-coaster ride that is our life.

Available at this link: On Kindle

This is a companion volume with the first One Hundred Days, with the same formatting issue.

Available at this link: On Kindle


This is my foray into the world of poetry, which is one of the ways available to us for saying That Which Cannot Be Said (Music, dancing, sculpting, drawing…etc., are others). We must become well-practiced in the art of such language in order to do our part in maintaining our balance and harmony in a world as wobbly as this one is.

Available at this link: On Kindle


This is a collection of photographs with the same formatting issue as described above, and my observations about the process and art of photography.

Available at this link: On Kindle


This is the first volume of my take on the worlds of religion and spirituality (The second volume is below).

Available at this link: On Kindle


This is the second volume of my work with the worlds of religion and spirituality. Our place is unique in the cosmos, so far as we know, standing as we do between the invisible world of Psyche and the visible world of Soma, and working to balance and bring harmony to the spiritual and physical aspects of our life. We bring Mythos and Logos together, integrating instinct/intuition/imagination/creativity with intellect/reason/logic/analytics in order to see and say what’s what and what is to be done about it when, where, how and why. How well we do that tells the tale.

Availiable at this link: On Kindle

Published by jimwdollar

I'm retired, and still finding my way--but now, I don't have to pretend that I know what I'm doing. I retired after 40.5 years as a minister in the Presbyterian Church USA, serving churches in Louisiana, Mississippi and North Carolina. I graduated from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, in Austin, Texas, and Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. My wife, Judy, and I have three daughters and five granddaughters within about twenty minutes from where we live--and are enjoying our retirement as much as we have ever enjoyed anything.

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