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About the author:
Eldon is from British Columbia, Canada. He began writing when the first story asked, "Why don't you write this down?"
He answered, "I didn't know I could, but I will."
That seemed acceptable, and so began a journey into literature. He has been self-employed for fourty years, working in civil engineering technology, then travelling the world to find, make, and sell beautiful silver jewellery.
In 2010 he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Creative Writing from Vancouver Island University, in Nanaimo, BC.
Songs In The Key Of Abundance
Where does a man go as he alters his beliefs to new ones, and breaks the hold of the old? He goes deep and becomes, a Rainmaker.
Carter Man is nothing, until he finds a philosophy that says, "You Create Your Own Reality." Carter's going to find that out the hard way. He softens even as he strengthens and finds love on the drought stricken prairies of Alberta.
This is the story of a boy ravaged by psychological abuse who escapes as a child to become a man with a mission in mind, an odd mission, but a necessary one in a climate-challenged world where drought ravages the lands and the people can only call to their gods for relief. And none comes. Until the RainMaker appears. This is the story of a process of mind used to become a RainMaker, but it is really the story of any man or woman or lucky child who learns that through their own mind they create all of their reality. It is a brutal story, at first, then a story of the struggle to learn what is impossible to learn, and finally, a story of people confronting the impossible.
The novel shows that anything can become real with effort, determination, and in the Rainmaker's unfolding, motivation.
Meet the brute of a father who treats his step-son like a despised recruit in the navy, the carpenter who almost loses his head, the mechanic who shrugs at others' problems as he thinks only of money, the sweet drug addled native woman who finds a ride home, and the concrete truck driver who wrecks as he builds. Listen in with the struggling fast food worker, watch a poor family man cut himself off from help to gain a dead man's approval, and sit by the fire with the wise wanderer who walks across Canada. Fall in love for a single day in the mountains of British Columbia, see animal guts piled high in ditches along the Trans-Canada Highway, and finally, make rain as love calls in the north of Canada.
Carter escapes psychological abuse, and knows nothing of love. He grows into a man tortured by his lacks, for the world holds no meaning.
But the name of the universe is All That Is, and that entity knows all life has meaning.
Life comes with responsibility. Carter's going to find that out, and maybe even, find love. He stumbles onto a philosophy of the deeper self that offers another chance. He has nothing else. He takes it. He learns he creates his life from the stuff of the conscious mind.
- Publication Date:
- 1481173693 / 9781481173698
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Body, Mind & Spirit / New Thought