At the Feet of Serenity

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 172 pages
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A story of a family's struggle with mortality and its quest to conquer adversity. In 1934 a man posed for a photograph in front of a statue, a national monument named Serenity. Years later he took the photo and tucked it away inside the darkness of a box of his fond memories that were painful to bring into the light. Discover who photographed the statue and find out the reason. Feel compassion for a father who was willing to make any sacrifice to keep his family together. Follow the statue and the family through six decades and watch Serenity become symbolic of hope for the restoration of the family.

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