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Soul Train
Thomas Jefferson Chinua, a retired African American railroad worker, is nearing the completion of his memoir. It recounts his advancement up the line from waiter, conductor to station master, focusing on meaningful conversations with passengers, tragic experiences on and off the train, and the challenges of raising a family through the decades of social turmoil for black people. \tRooted in Jesuit Catholicism, a lifetime of soulful inquiry into diverse philosophies and religious beliefs leads him to a place where dogma is left behind, but his nondual, Christ-centered spirituality is deepened and broadened to the point where he sees God in all things. “There are as many paths to the mountain top as there are people,” he says. “And all of them are deserving of respect.”