Between Here and There
Author : B. David Cisneros
Publisher : Archway Publishing
Total Pages : 250
Release : 2021-10-21
ISBN 10 : 9781665707985
ISBN 13 : 1665707984
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Between Here and There Book Description:

This is the inspiring story of a softhearted boy who wants nothing more than to find his place in the world. Raised in a troubled home by parents he didn’t ask for; he has a strange feeling his life is being shaped by something—or someone. Not knowing what else to do, he runs away to go searching for answers. Along the way, he’s introduced to a shaman who guides him through a vision quest. What happens next is his journey of self-discovery, of learning to trust, of finding out what happens when we die. Through the boy’s eyes, we rediscover that sparkling and often fleeting moment from our childhood—when we realize that we are all just spiritual beings learning to be human in this world. Between Here and There is the modern-day telling of the hero’s journey but offered in a way that blends spirituality and technology never before told. It takes us from questioning our very existence to remembering we already knew the answer. Between Here and There is a story that begins where it ends.


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