Looking Down from the Mountain Top: The Story of One Woman's Fight Against All Odds
Spirit of Success Publishing Company, Jun 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages
At age 30, Christine Michael felt like she was "on the mountain top." She had met the "perfect man" who shared her vision of marriage & family. And plans were in place for her fantasy wedding. But it wasn't long before she started to descend into her own very private hell. Her family destroyed her plans for a fantasy wedding. She was diagnosed with leukemia. She lost the baby that she so desperately wanted. And she slowly discovered that her "perfect man" was an alcoholic, cocaine addict, & compulsive liar. And that was just the beginning of her string of tragedies. This is a true story of how one woman's journey through a series of emotional & physical tragedies leads her to an entirely new journey: one of excruciating discovery of the inner reaches of her soul. Through sheer power of her own will, & through the love she found in herself & in God, Christine climbs slowly back up to the mountain top. The climb is not easy, but she discovers an important truth along the way: true happiness cannot be found in religion, marriage, friendship, family or work--but only deep within the human soul. This book is a dramatic & heart-felt testimonial to the power of the human spirit. A heart-warming story...an inspiration for everyone. You will find yourself in this book as Christine shares her dreams, her struggles & most importantly...YOUR OWN VICTORY!
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