Papering Over The Cracks: My Spiritual Journey Through Trauma Towards a Place of Forgiveness and Fulfilment (Paperback)
  • Papering Over The Cracks: My Spiritual Journey Through Trauma Towards a Place of Forgiveness and Fulfilment (Paperback)

Papering Over The Cracks: My Spiritual Journey Through Trauma Towards a Place of Forgiveness and Fulfilment (Paperback)

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Do you yearn to find the real meaning to life or an inner peace that is true? Are you fed up with wearing a mask? Is life really getting you down? That is exactly where Colin Murray was just a few years ago. He invites you to travel with him through his life while he paints a vivid picture, reflecting on his childhood in Scotland, describing his happy, at times haphazard, life in the North East coastal town of Portsoy. He shares his experiences, going beyond the 'safety' of home, in search of personal fulfilment. You will witness him wearing an assortment of stereotypical hats: the hat of the wise-cracking bar fly, the guilt-ridden wrongdoer, the compulsive business builder, passionate protagonist, and even the wronged dupe. He admits that attempting to explain his personal quest for the truth has been extremely difficult, because so much of his journey involves those mystical inner feelings that lie beyond the horizon of words. The complicated paths and winding roads we follow are vast and varied, but we all reach a time in our lives when we want to know, at the deepest level, if our existence and our Soul are compatible. This book simply chronicles the quest for this fundamental truth.

Publisher: Troubador Publishing
ISBN: 9781848764026

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Honest and uplifting - his story heals the soul.

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