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- DescriptionAn early 1960s airliner disaster leaves its sole survivor severely broken, but without injury. The ensuing half-century of recovery from horror and pain of responsibility, teaches Henry Banister that most of the devastating psychological trauma and deep emotional pain, were t actually injuries after-all. The gift of music and rhythm are only part of what heals Hank's long lasting wounds and of what reveals a new pathway into a rich future of new opportunity for all. Great sacrifices yield grand possibilities for mankind, as hope itself has a chance to re-seed. Tragedy can be the gift of life when living comes with the amazing power that is the purest, sweetest, and most enabling of moralities that exists. Genuine morality comes in a simple and ancient statement that translates into four English language words that have long gone without our full understanding of their most crucial meaning. A teacher of healing rises right out of the aviation gasoline soot and flame, to travel time itself, and to pour forth hope and potential for astonishing joy and real peace. Yet, he must spend most of his life learning that the incredible burden that he carries, may well be the very best gift of all. It's actually a gift that lives within almost us all. Fifty years of learning could greatly change a world: Our world. Hank would ask you right w, Why t? and, If t w, then when?
- Author BiographyArthur Mauldin is a skilled trouble-shooter, system analyst, and technician who specialized in marine systems, especially those of electrical nature. He calls the USA's Puget Sound region in Washington State, his home area. At mid life, Arthur discovered other talents inside and has switched his devotions and loyalties in service of those innate abilities. These talents and obligations include a need to care about human existence and life, as well as his technical gift for creating with the written word. It is not an easy task to draw lines between fiction and fact in his work. In fact, this book begins with, Fiction is sustenance best served warm and well marbled with fact. Arthur Wayne Mauldin does not aim to disappoint, and he uses drama to power his readers through this work. One, Six-Eight is his second book dealing, in part, with the human condition. Mr. Mauldin is planning the re-release of, Run of the River Self as a revised edition at later date.
- Author(s)MR Arthur Wayne Mauldin
- Date of Publication05/01/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight259 g
- Width127 mm
- Height203 mm
- Spine14 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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