By Robert S. McPherson,Jim Dandy,Sarah E. Burak
Born within the early Nineteen Forties in northern Arizona’s excessive kingdom barren region, Jim Dandy begun existence imbued with the traditions of the Navajo humans. Raised by way of his father and grandfather—both drugs men—and a grandmother steeped in Navajo practices, he embraced their teachings and of their footsteps. yet attending the LDS Placement software in northern Utah replaced his life’s path while he grew to become a member of the Mormon Church. Following commencement from highschool, Jim served an LDS challenge between his humans, bought a bachelor’s measure, and entered the workforce in southeastern Utah as a profession counselor, instructor, and group suggest who more advantageous academic possibilities at the Navajo Reservation.
Jim has led a lifetime of provider and educating. He keeps the conventional philosophy with which he used to be raised and the Mormon ideals that he realized and maintains to persist with; his lifestyles displays the values inherent in those assorted worlds. Readers drawn to Navajo philosophy will locate his combination of those targeted perspectives attention-grabbing, whereas others will higher comprehend the consequences of the arguable placement application at the lifetime of one person. even though, this can be essentially the nice and cozy tale of a man’s existence between his humans and his love for them and their culture.
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Navajo Tradition, Mormon Life: The Autobiography and Teachings of Jim Dandy by Robert S. McPherson,Jim Dandy,Sarah E. Burak