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Jodi, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told
      #31279 - 04/05/02 11:19 AM

Trebloon Publications P.O. Box 156 Lawrence, New York 11559

For Immediate Release. . .
Contact Richard M. Brodsky, tel 516-432-8520, fax 516-432-8292 E-mail

A CURE FOR AIDS, not exactly, maybe something better. . .

. . .You won't find a patent for this miracle cure, but you will discover how to appreciate everything life has to offer, even if you are HIV positive. "Jodi, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told," written by Richard M. Brodsky is the true story of why Richard would not change places with anyone in the world even though he is HIV positive.
Richard has run many marathons for he is healthier and faster than 99% of Americans. How does a 3 hour 23 minute marathon sound at age 46? So he's HIV positive; a problem to society but not to him, his wife and three teenage daughters. Sure, it wasn't easy having to tell his wife he was both bisexual and HIV positive, on the very same day. Yet Jodi never doubted her love and commitment to Richard and they are just as happy today, probably happier than the day they wed. But that's another story to be told in, "Jodi, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told."
Richard's message is simple: eat right, exercise, don't drink, don't do drugs and most important, take the AIDS medication. Following this recipe is the course of survival; not just surviving but living a healthy, productive life. Taking away the medicine or not providing the medicine is a death sentence. And that is exactly what has happened around the globe particularly in poorer nations. Wake up, America! Government, business and people must make the commitment to place lives over money. 22,000,000 people have died from AIDS and the number is growing. But it can only be reduced if people voice their concern, people like you and me must speak out and tell their representatives in government how they want their tax dollars spent. And if Richard has to write a book, "Jodi, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told," and announce that Senators Allard, Nickles, Smith and Voinovich have the worst voting records for AIDS legislation than may my pen never set until these senators change their ways or they resign in shame. We owe it to the 22,000,000 who have been taken from our planet. They cannot speak but somehow their voices will be heard forever unless we forget the meaning of life.
History will not be kind to the 21st century unless we change our values. Richard poses the question what will the 22nd century think of our century. His answer is they will think we were the darkest age of humanity. The Jewish people did an incredible job in convincing mankind that another Holocaust must never happen again. The world agreed, only this time they ignored AIDS sufferers.
Journey with Richard and his family in their magical, poetic journey and learn why he would not change places with anyone in the world. Rejoice in his life, cry with him through his challenging times, but in the end survive and triumph with Richard and Jodi and their three teenage daughters. And if Jodi has to write the epilogue to tell you in her own words how truly blessed they are, then celebrate a feel good story about real people facing real problems. As Jodi says, "Find passion in this lifetime because a lifetime without passion is not worth living."

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