Was it a remarkable stroke of fate, or destiny which brought John Jacobson and his son together? His son was brought up in a household of hate and mistrust. He left home at an early age to try and seek out some sort of happiness in New York City. During this time, his real father, a truck driver, was unaware of his son's existence. What forces were in play to give his son the idea of leaving New York and heading to Florida? This story is an example of human stamina, integrity, and love beyond our understanding.
"Truck drivers might like it..."
This is a story about Amy who loses her life, and her spirit is taken into the womb of a woman ready to give birth. She is joined to the baby who is born into the world; forgetting about her past life. Tamara, born into the world not realizing her body is being shared by another spirit, finds her soul partner after she herself enters into the spiritual world.
In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: The first (Clotho) spins the thread of life, the second (Lachesis) determines its length, and the third (Atropos) cuts it off. Carol Ann Wright, who is a non-believer in God, or goddesses for that matter, realizes her destiny in her lifestyle. She works in a busy emergency room as a nurse; however outside of her job she can be reckless in her behaviors.
In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: the first (Clotho) spins the thread of life, the second (Lachesis) determines its length, and the third (Atropos) cuts it off. Clotho, the goddess of the thread of life, created Samuel Drake, and the length of his existence was determined by the goddess Lachesis. Ultimately, the goddess Atropos decides when the life comes to an end.
The second edition is about a woman, Jane Applebee who decides to move from Denver, Colorado, to Portland, Oregon. What forces were in play to make her want to make such a decision? Was she following her destiny or did Fate have a play in her decision making? She meets a couple in Portland who adopts her as their mother. She in turn adopts them as her children. Possibly the very reason for her move to Portland. Could that possibly be her destiny or had fate something to do with her decision?
I met Cheryl in January 2015 after she moved into the complex where I was living. After talking with her for a while, we became friends. She had told me some of what she had gone through with abuse in the past, and wanted me to write a book about her life. This book is a true story of the life of Cheryl as told to me by Cheryl herself. With tears in her eyes, she recalls past events of hardships and cruelty.
What forces were put into play when Brad Peterson found himself in a park where he meets a person who is friendly and seems to want to help Brad by giving him a job and a place to stay? Brad accepts the offer, but realizes later that, being an honest person, he could no longer meet his new friend's expectations. The story of Brad unfortunately ends in tragedy for him on Earth. However, he finds true happiness in god's mercy.
Life is full of paths which we must travel. Some paths are already forged by those who have traveled before and some paths we forge ourselves. Depending on the path we choose to travel in life we reach our final destination of a happy life.
This book is a true and factual story of my mother and father, the parents of 15 children. All of their children are named herein along with their grandchildren. This is their story, which is dedicated to their memory and their legacy.
In this next story, Alice Hill, who is happily married, bears three daughters and is stricken with Alzheimer's in her later years. Was this her destiny chosen by the goddess Lachesis, or was her destiny just meant to be?
In Greek and Roman mythology, there are three goddesses who control human destiny and life: The first spins the thread of life, the second determines its length, and the third cuts it off. What forces come into play that decide where and when we are born and what family we are born into? James Harding was born into wealth and lives his life with riches beyond anyone's imagination. Not until he is diagnosed with a terminal illness does he realize all the riches and possessions mean nothing.
A Prince That Would Be King is a modern-day fairy tale about an infant prince abducted and taken to New York where he's adopted. He grows up there amongst commoners and even graduates from college. This is a story of mystery, suspense, and love.