Book: The Street Counselor by Jeanine Compascategories: Book, Spirituality, Personal Growth, Human Development, Reality Fiction, Serious Fiction, Inspiration
Jeanine Compasabout this book: «The Street Counselor» is the story of a man who lost it all: family, fortune, job and home. He becomes a beggar. And it's by walking the streets for twenty-five years that he acquires a knowledge he brings to those he meets along the way.
The Street Counselor says: "People have asked me who I am, and how I've come to know things most people don't know. My reply is that I didn't do anything in particular to acquire such knowledge. One Sunday morning, I felt a hand holding one of mine and that hand remained in mine for about three minutes, three long minutes during which I was in direct contact with a divine reality".
Long months were necessary for the writing of this book which, as its name implies, is made to guide and give advice to those who stumble on the path of life.
This book is for everyone, young and old, and is to inspire, as demonstrated on its cover carefully chosen by the author.
There is no doubt that, after reading "The Street Counselor", readers will have learned many things regarding the nature of man.
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