This telling – The Lonely Journey – chronicles the journey of cancer.
It Is not a story which is looking for sympathy or condolences – it is rather a story probably unlike any you have ever read.
You will find it riveting…and thought provoking.
It begins in a hospital room with updates to family and close friends. It continues with a thoroughly philosophical approach to what was happening. Don’t be put off by the word `philosophical` because that is merely another word for attitude. We all have an attitude, therefore we all have a philosophy.
This story leaps from the hospital room to a letter written over half a century ago. Then it takes the reader to a barren hillside on a Greek island – collecting of all things, snails.
Then the reader is given an overview – tying the darkened hospital room in the dead of night, to the letter written to a solder in France, to a Greek island.
The result is a look at life; a philosophy which well may change your attitude ( philosophy) resulting in a richer life - - for you!
There may be a tear that drops on a page or two, and then unexpectedly you will find reason to smile, or maybe even chuckle, which wipes out the tear.
•Will you benefit from reading this?
•Will you enjoy reading this?
Yes, I believe you will.
This book is dedicated to cancer patients, and all those who love them!