Reverent Whisper

by Chetna Asmi


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£13.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 234
ISBN : 9781504317276

About the Book

Jimmy Digne is an ordinary, basically good guy who doesn’t care if the world is saved or not. He believes the planet will continue to evolve, even if humans do not exist because Jimmy knows full well that saving the world begins and ends with the power of the human mind. As he puts pen to paper and begins contemplating the world around him, Jimmy shares not just his own story, but also the stories of others in order to make himself appear more interesting. Jimmy starts by looking back to the beginning when, as a boy, he was put through the rigors of society’s programming, the expectations of who he should be, what he should do, and how to do it. As he reflects on his constant search for his identity, the meaning of life, and his purpose, an imaginary friend guides him on his journey. But to Jimmy, the imaginary might just seem real. After all, the mind is a powerful thing and nothing is ever what it seems. Reverent Whisper reveals the story of a young man as he reflects back on his life in order to find the truth about himself and the world around him.


About the Author

Chetna Asmi was born, raised and still lives in South East Queensland, Australia. Chet as he is known has worked as a cabinetmaker all his life and still runs his own small business. Chet is a keen sports person and in his younger days played cricket and tennis and now golf. Over the years he trained as a Life Coach and also has a Diploma in Counselling. He started to write in 2003 after an extraordinary spiritual transformation which took him from being a simple, humble man to one who could see everything for what it was. His perspective changed in all areas of life and the pursuing journey was nothing but magical, mystical and beyond anything that he could ever have imagined. A constant calling to write a book that would influence many was finally adhered to, and this piece of literature is the result.