This is an inspirational Christian book that discusses the challenges of life, the beauty of God’s creations and human spirit and relationships, the responsibility to care for the least among us, and the appreciation for the simple gifts in life.
Targeted Age Group:: 21 to 100
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
1. To encourage and comfort those of us who are going through difficult challenges in life; to lift up those who care for the least among us; to remind all that oftentimes in life, the most valuable gifts from above are the most simple ones.
2. All of the proceeds of this book will be donated to the Russell Hill Cancer Foundation and several charitable organizations.
3. To glorify God.
DANCING WITH ANGELS
I am an alcoholic. I danced alone one night when I was in a dark alley with an empty bottle and an empty heart.
I am a drug addict. I danced alone one day in an abandoned building without a fix and with excruciating pain.
I am a prostitute. I danced alone one evening in a stranger’s bedroom after the music was over and the still of the night returned.
I am bipolar. I danced alone in darkness one day when I was gripped with fear and paralyzed with sadness.
I am homeless. I danced alone one night under a city bridge and under a moonless sky when my stomach ached with hunger.
I am an inmate. I danced alone in my cell one day when my soul pained with remorse and my heart cried for forgiveness.
I am a businessman. I danced alone on Wall Street after one bad trade and after I had lost everything including the friends that I thought were “friends”.
I am a divorcee. I danced alone one quiet morning in the kitchen without makeup and with a broken heart.
I am a widow(er). I danced alone one cold and dark night when emptiness was as deep as the abyss and grief could span a vast ocean.
I am a veteran. I danced alone in a crowded bar without a penny to my name and with a lot of ingratitude from the people that I fought for.
I am a cancer patient. I danced alone in my bathroom one day after chemotherapy, fighting an enemy from within and trying to preserve an image from without.
I am a single parent. I danced alone one midnight after the children had settled down and exhaustion settled in.
They come when everyone else has left. They care when the world no longer does. They are invisible except to those who need them. They show up when the music is over. When you danced alone, you danced with angels. They are God’s gifts to the sick, the poor, the downtrodden, the lost, and the broken-hearted. Angels dance when nobody else will. They come to bring promise of a new future. May God bless you all who are suffering today! Keep hoping for better days; keep living; keep fighting; keep dancing with angels and don’t ever give up! Happy New Year!
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