Mankind was blessed with the will to survive, yet even the bravest among us carry scars. There are wounds we can see on the surface, but too often the secret scars we carry in our souls are the most crippling of all. Impeding our progress, we allow the mistakes of the unchangeable past to build a barrier. Forgiving others is only half the battle. The bigger war lies in forgiving ourselves, only then, can we embrace our futures and fi nd peace. Wounded in Vietnam, Alex struggles with the devastating effects of war. Heas disappointed in what he views as Godas indifference to pain and suffering. His faith is shattered. Adjusting his dreams, Alex faces the future, but life, with its great joys and bitter disappointments, always seems empty. Lasting contentment is elusive. Disillusioned by a disastrous relationship, Delphine exists in a life of dull complaisance. Approaching sixty, Delphine challenges her dismal fate. She wants to fi nd the person she lost, the optimistic believer she used to be. Placing her trust in God, she makes a daring move to fi nd a new perspective on life. Faith leads the way.Making a mental note to wear the paisley shirt to their picnic, Alex hummed, And I Love Her, as he wheeled home. Reminiscent of a ... Jen wore her matching paisley shirt over a thin halter top; it added to Alexa#39;s excitement. Unable to sneak upanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alexander and Delphine|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-10-16|