A Light in the Tunnel
THE BOOK THAT NEEDED TO BE WRITTEN
This novel asks (and thoughtfully begins to answer) the much-needed question: What if things were different? …….. What if people were more in touch with their best selves? What if children grew up with less doubt and more joy? What if the truly capable, moral, and committed individuals of this world became the leaders of this world? Read Alla Abramov’s Full Review!
This is the first time in a while that I have read a book in such a short time frame. I read it cover to cover in less than 2 weeks but in 3 reading sessions. I felt the same excitement when I last read “The shack” and “The Alchemist.” Read Angie H.’s Full Review!
This book is filled with warmth, kindness, and joy. So much so that it’s easy to miss the fact it’s also overflowing with sometimes-subversive insight. For example, the book looks thoughtfully at what the educational system really teaches people; not at “what are we learning in school?” but at “what is the way we are schooled telling us?” The book posits a disturbing truth: that we are taught fear, complacency, and doubt in ourselves and our ability to recognize the truth; but it also makes a profoundly positive point: that we must practice gratitude, honor our common sense, and work with patience and trust to improve ourselves and our world, here and now. I found the book inspiring, insightful, and fun!
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Abraham lives a life of gratitude. A middle child of five, it was only after becoming an adult that he realized the value of alone time. Embarking on various solo expeditions, a passion for writing evolved. He has been a teacher in Taiwan, Israel, South Korea, and the United States. Discovering a joy of writing, experiencing life through the lens of a teacher, and prioritizing spiritual practices; have combined forces to create this story of possibility. Abraham currently resides at an ashram in Virginia with his family.
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