"It is my heartfelt wish that in the unfolding of this journey hope will be offered to those souls travelling the same path. It seems to me that God has given me the means and opportunity to record these events in my life to empower others who have been stricken with so-called 'terminal disease'. There is another way! I know! I have been there. There is always hope; it is we who determine our destinies."
Facing stage five bone cancer and condemned to death by Western doctors, Robin Bamber was given just a few months to live. Turning to Dr. Cooppan, an Ayurvedic practitioner who has treated thousands of people and helped many cure themselves from so-called incurable disease, Robin made a full recovery without radiation or chemotherapy. Today he lives a peaceful, fulfilled life in South Africa.
"Tungin Cheek Tales are a collection of short stories many of which are actually true events despite the title. They have been labeled fiction only to preserve my integrity. Many of these audio stories are well suited to waiting for appointments, or short trips in the car; some are life lessons which came to me while recovering from a terminal disease and experiencing a short trip to India to the ashram of Sathya Sai Baba."
This is an imaginary moralistic story of grandchildren finding a way to cross over the boundary between heaven and earth, where they meet their late grandmother and find out how life continues on the other side. It is as much for us grown-ups as it is for young children!