A brave man in a search to better his and his fellow (wo)men's lives finds a better way of life in a very unlikely place. #Abraham, #LOA, #Abraham-Hicks, #Law-of-Attraction More
"What would happen if...?" An innocent question, leisurely contemplated on a pensive midnight walk two years ago broke loose an avalanche of ideas about the end of the world as we know it, the dawn of a new civilization and the comfort in finding that, when everything changes, the most important things in life still remain the same.
The quest for a better steak seems a worthwhile enterprise for post-apocalyptic adventurer John Taylor in a world where fragmented political interests and science experiments gone wrong left a scarce dinner table with only a faint resemblance of a wholesome meal. High in the Arkansas mountains, say the stories, lives a people of untainted health and treasure and there he must be headed. His small detail of DNA experts, security personnel and a giant jester has the bounty of their search within arm's reach when the riddle of all riddles is cast upon them before they would be allowed to proceed. "What is the most important thing?" In the end it is not the question that turns John Taylor's world upside-down, but the curious giggly woman who speaks it and her unwavering effort to prove her own simple answer right.
"It's a love story," my most ingenious wife says ... and so it is. Sweet and comforting like milk and honey it weaves threads of truth into a warming blanket for the soul. Can you laugh and cry at the same time? Here is one way to find out...