Sooner or later, most people want to make a difference. Even little things count. Sometimes, though, we get the message that there’s more we could be doing.
Jim is living a good life—he doesn’t have too much work, has time to enjoy the outdoors, has a great group of friends, terrific parents, and a girlfriend in the wings. But the year he turns thirty, when one friend is killed working for a charity in Afghanistan and another friend joins Doctors Without Borders, he starts wanting to do more to give back. But what? One morning, he hears a voice: “I have work for you. Come and find it.” Following the voice, Jim has a series of other-worldly experiences that lead him to a simple spiritual practice that he and his friends use to help each other—and the planet.
If you’ve ever wished you could make a difference but don’t quite know how, this book is for you. This is both an engaging story and a how-to guide—everything you need to know is inside.
About the Author
Catherine B. Fitzgerald lives in the small community of Emigrant in Paradise Valley, Montana. This is her second novel.