A Traveller's Guide to the Journey: An Inspirational and Devotional Guide to Life's Journey

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Author House, Sep 28, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 112 pages
Life is a Journey. We've probably all heard that phrase at one time or another, but what kind of Journey are you on? Do you know where you are going or where you came from? Does it really matter? What sort of a Journey has it been for you? If you've stood on top of mountains, literally or figuratively, or if you've just plodded along in the valleys, wouldn't it be nice sometimes to just have a travelling companion? This book is just that - a travelling companion to help you see through the author's eyes and hear through his ears the wonder of the Journey. You will visit the time and place you began, and walk with him through to a place that is beyond your imagining. Be prepared to laugh and cry, and to allow his experiences to enrich your own Journey. You will see new ways to walk along your own path with a skip in your step and a song in your heart.
 

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Contents

Under a Tree
1
Discovery
9
Paths
19
Friends
29
Games
37
Gaining Knowledge
45
Traps and Pitfalls
53
Changing Destinations
61
Under a Tree again
69
Wandering Around
75
Nostalgia and Regrets
83
Departure Lounge
91
Under a Tree finale
99
About the Author
101
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Chris began his Journey in Sheffield, England and moved with his parents and brother to Brisbane, Australia in 1965. After thirty years of living and travelling in Australia, he returned to England with his wife, Desley, and six children to start a new life in a country he barely remembered. Eleven grandchildren later, He lives in Swindon, the former hub of many Journeys on the Great Western Railway. He has travelled extensively in Europe and has visited the USA several times, as well as the Ukraine and Israel. In the UK he has done a fair bit of hiking and has climbed to the top of the famous `three peaks', Scafell Pike, Snowdon and Ben Nevis. In 2009 he and Desley began a very different Journey with the aid of an organisation called Klemmer and Associates - a Journey of self-discovery. He is now a graduate of all the courses provided by K & A and has discovered that, in a very real way, Life is a Journey that we are all involved in even if we've never set foot out of our own town. Now he has written a book that he hopes will help inspire and encourage fellow travellers as he shares insights he has gained into aspects of Life's Journey, as they join with him and see it through fresh eyes.

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