Yahweh Or the Highway: The Power of Choices, Faith, and Visualization in Healing

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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 140 pages
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Yahweh or the Highway, was written by Erik P. Scribner. He wrote the book two years after becoming blinded and paralyzed by a rare form of multiple sclerosis. The book is not simply an autobiography. It is a collection of essays -- all which focus upon life's greater purpose and meaning. Yahweh or the Highway, is both inspirational and therapeutic. It takes the reader on a journey from denial through acceptance and on to action. This is not simply a self-help book for people with illnesses or serious problems. Reading it is time well spent for individuals of all ages and walks of life.

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About the author (2001)

Scribner is a visually handicapped paraplegic. He suffers from a rare form of multiple sclerosis. He is an American who lives in The Netherlands.

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