Morning Has Been All Night Coming

An excerpt from the introduction by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D. & bestselling author:

John Harricharan’s new book takes off where 'When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat', leaves off.

In a sense, it’s a continuation of the first book, although either one could be read independently of the other. When you read it, you’ll love the style.

You will see the ordinary life of an average man who becomes a widower and tries to raise two children by himself. He worries about making a living, taking care of the two children, and still has time, in a way, to grow spiritually and emotionally.

An excerpt from the preface by John Harricharan :

But sometimes, there is a high price to be paid for this growth and understanding— tears in the night, fears and guilt lurking in dark corners and the constant pressures of everyday living. This is where we face our greatest battles — regretting the past and fearing the future. This is, also, where we can attain our greatest victories — living in the present.

We are never alone, even though all our senses may be testifying to this “fact,” and crying out in pain; even though it appears that hope has died and all we held dear has been blown to the winds.

There is a Presence and a Power, there is a purpose and a plan and if we keep on keeping on, we shall finally prevail.

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