Today I have come to the end of the questions generated by Rite of Passage #19 in my book ‘Flash of Silver…the leap that changed my world’.
This will mean that we have finally reached Rite of Passage #20 and the beginning of an exceptionally dark period in my life; a time of great success on the outside but abject failure within.
I intend, as a result, to switch covering the details in my outward blog and to move our discussion to the Reflective Readers Club where it can be set against the entire story by those of you that have purchased (or won!) a print or eBook version of my story.
If you do not have a copy then please here for an Amazon.com link to purchase the paperback (or eBook) version of the book.
Your access to the club is gained by a code:
The number of miles travelled (without the comma).
Paperback: Found in the last paragraph on page 397
eBook: page 453
Please do keep this code confidential. It is important that we all have the complete story in our possession as we continue the journey together so that we can gain from each other’s comments.
HOW THE RRC (Reflective Reader’s Club) WORKS
- First you will see there are buttons numbered 1-64. These represent each Rite of Passage (chapter) in the book Flash of Silver. A ‘rite’ is our word for chapter.
- At this time (December 2016) there are only a few members in the club because most comments have been posted in my ‘Saturday’s With Graham’ Blog.
- Each Rite has questions that cover the issues about life that are raised by the content of the entire chapter. Having read my story, and the metaphor of the Chinook, you may wish, as many have done on the blog, to add your own experiences…especially where they may be an encouragement to those of us who are confronted with similar challenges.
- We are here, as members, to be encouragingly honest!
- I shall be alerted to your having left a comment and within a short time read what you have submitted. I do reserve the right to accept or decline your contribution showed in the content should, in my judgment, it cause anyone to ‘stumble, be offended, or to be made weak.’
- You will find my comments in the ongoing journey at ROP 20 beginning on February 4, 2017.
- There is no limit on the length of your comment. The idea is to make a positive contribution to someone else’s life. It often helps to be quite focused because most of us are often short on time!
Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to each and every one of you
P.S This week I am reading Treena’s poem End Times