An Empty Vessel
This memoir is the result of several years of a commitment to impart my unbelievable saga to the universe. The legend is the offspring of my fervent labor of love. It is the true and poignant narrative of a woman with emotional illness, named India, who becomes homeless in the fifth month of her pregnancy. She was transcended from the height of ecstasy to the depths of despair when her newborn blessing is snatched from her breast like a lovely flower, plucked up from its roots, and placed in foster care. What follows is a heartfelt account of how she overcomes unspeakable trials and tribulations, and how her unyielding faith in God ultimately sustains, and carries her from glory to glory. She is eventually reunited with her only child, but only after they both suffer deep, invisible scars which would remain throughout their lifetimes. India receives some divine recompense when she, at last, comes into her undeniable destiny.
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