Far Behind, by Langdon Hues
New York, New York- April, 2012: As a writer, he wasn’t one–style-wise at least. He was a recovering alcoholic who seemed to spend most of his time making up for his life’s many mistakes. So when the author travels to New York for an interview: “How is that possible, believing in all religions at once?” queried the host. He simply replied, “I try and look up to the sky and picture all the Gods together saying ‘Join Us’. Not pushing and shoving saying ‘Join me, No me’ or ‘Only I know the way’ or ‘You won’t go to Heaven or you’ll burn in Hell if you don’t follow me!’ No, ‘Join Us’ because if the Gods care about humanity, and I believe that they do since they have gotten us this far, then that’s what they’ll say!” While in New York, he also gets to ascend in one of the ‘glass’ elevators of the recently constructed “Twins”, where passengers can enjoy the beauty and strength of this magnificent city, as they ride to one of the observation posts on top. Not only are the new buildings in a cross design a monument to the fallen themselves, but that design helps shore up the towers from ever collapsing again! And toward the end of his stay, he delivers a speech on a subject that he is the most passionate about: “Ignorance is the number one enemy of all mankind–for all people hate and fear indiscriminatively. If hate and fear ruled the world we’d all be dead!” In a story about trying to make amends, and where the only purpose is to make you think! Download this FREE e-Book today!