Jason's Journey

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 296 pages
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The end of my journey here on earth is presently being played out, but I am not afraid. In my lifetime, I have experienced it all--love, happiness, sorrow, and disappointment. Yet I have never felt alone. First, in my childhood, my parents were always there to love and protect me, and then it was my friends at school. I was abundantly blessed having Anne at my side, my wife and my life's companion. But even above all this, I have felt the ever presence of God. I've said and done many things that I regret, but my God is a forgiving god, and in my prayers, I am ever pleading for forgiveness for offending him in any way. I can only imagine the wonderment of what lies ahead for me. After seeing only a few of the natural wonders of the world, how much more beauty can my eyes behold? For me, heaven would be having my spirit set free to float throughout the universe, seeing the marvels of the world that God created for all mankind. But I can only imagine what heaven is really like. A song set to music by Bart Millard, "I Can Only Imagine," says it all: I can only imagine what it would be like when I walk by your side. I can only imagine what my eyes will see when your face is before me. I can only imagine. Surrounded by your glory, what will my heart feel? Will I dance for you Jesus, or in awe be still? Will I stand in your presence or to my knees will I fall? Will I sing hallelujah? Will I be able to speak at all? I can only imagine when that day comes and I find myself standing before you. I can only imagine when all I do is forever, forever worship you. I can only imagine. I can only imagine.

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About the author (2012)

The author is a veteran of World War II. He served as a yeoman in the US Navy from June 1944 until August l946. He received a BS degree from the Citadel, the military college of South Carolina, in 1949 and a master's degree in bacteriology from MUSC in 1952 and an MD degree in 1956. After completing his internship at Saint Louis City Hospital, he served one year as an internal medicine resident at Orange Memorial Hospital in Orlando, Florida. He then joined a group of physicians in Statesville, North Carolina. In 1961, he returned to MUSC in Charleston and completed a residency in Pediatrics and rejoined his group in Statesville in 1963. He returned to Charleston in 1965 where he remained in the practice of pediatrics until his retirement in 1996. The following nine years, he served as a part-time student health physician at the College of Charleston. He is presently a full-time retiree who enjoys spending time with his wife of fifty-four years, his six children, sixteen grandchildren, and five great-grands. He loves gardening and spends most of his time outdoors when he is not writing.

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