Crossing a Bridge through Time; Conversations with my Father before it's too Late

Crossing a Bridge through Time; Conversations with my Father before it's too Late

by Stephen Mitskavich

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Overview

Steve Mitskavich travels back and forth between the realms of the living and the dead on a fascinating journey into the afterlife as he helps his dying father face his fears and find closure. They overcome a haunting secret that was ever present throughout the father's life. Readers have a front row seat as events unfold and as this first-time author struggles through the writing process. This is a must read for anyone with aging parents or those caring for loved ones facing a terminal illness. The book raises the question why wait until the end of life to reach an understanding of who we are, when we can teach our young to have an appreciation for the great spirits they are.
The author shares a story of a man who unexpectedly discovers love in his final days on earth. He experiences the warmth of the heart which transcends time. A powerful transition instantaneously reshapes a lifetime held perspective. Communication becomes the key ingredient which provides the necessary assistance to a man trapped by the beliefs he was taught and accepted. Overcoming adversity is something we must all do and often our lives are changed as a result. Living a life rich with fulfillment, comes when we live to out potential. The author shares some personal stories to enable readers to draw parallels in their own lives and to revisit situations which may have made impact shaping and bringing them closer to who they are.
Great effort was made to honor the father's request to include only the truth. the book ia a work of love and is offered to the universe for the benefit of humanity.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014382465
Publisher: High Tower Publishing
Publication date: 05/02/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 290
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Steve Mitskavich is an author, artist and business owner. He is the father of two children and a self-employed business owner for most of his adult life. Trained in most fine art disciplines he has created artwork which has been purchased by two museums, one located in Cleveland, Oh and the other in South Beach, Fl. Steve is a graduate of Lakeland Community College with an Associates Arts degree and Garfield Senior College with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. While attend these institutions and others to develop necessary skills for use in the business world, the quest for knowledge, enlightenment, insiration and wisdom began and has grown into a lifelong passion.
Experience is often a great teacher so they are included and are as follows: Store clerk, meat-cutter, restaurant manager, driver education instructor, head of base fiddle production at a fiberglass factory, head of security at Lake Erie College, rough and finish carpenter, former owner of a general construction company, foreman of another, construction company, insurance agent, registered representative, president of one company and owner of anther and author.
Other interests include bicycling, ancient history, philosophy, belief system and spiritualist studies, swimming, travel, yoga, writing and gaining insight through experience.
As a scuba diver trained at the advanced level, numerous dives have been made in quarries, the Niagra river. the British Virgin Islands, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and off the coast of Florida.
Attuned in 2009 in the USUI Method of Natural Healing as a Reiki Master, Steve continues to practise serving the needs of others.

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StvMits More than 1 year ago
Stephen set out to keep his promise to his father and wrote this amazing book. I feel honored to have read this book and could not put it down. Stephen explains our connection to all things along with our individual uniqueness. Many times I felt the correlation with the book and my own life. As I just venture into exploring my spirituality, I was thankful for his insightful and thought-provoking book. I loved it so much; I purchased a copy for my sister and look forward to sharing the story with her.