This is the story of a journey taken by a woman who believed she was alone in a place of fear and ugliness. After stilling the thunder of the thoughts in her heart, she learns to listen to and follow the voice of a gentle stranger. Because of that, she learns there will always be someone to help in her times of greatest need, even if it comes in unusual ways. She learns what it is like to surrender her limited ways and accept the beauty, strength, and provision of a force greater than herself. She also learns how to hand that new way on to others who are in great need. Eventually she faces the fact she cannot save everyone, accepts that she has done her best, and surrenders her limitations so that others can step in and continue the good work.
About the Author
I am a married sixty-seven-year-old woman who has lived mostly in country towns and a short time in cities. I have worked on the land and spent a little time in retail and with special needs children. I wish to encourage folks and demonstrate that there is beautiful freedom beyond the pain.