No one is a pond of stagnant water. If that were the case, we’d dry out and any life inside of us would die. To thrive, we must be like the running water of a river, which mingles with others and promotes life.
All I Have is You is about how we are all rooted together. Each one of us plays a vital role in the lives of those who surround us. From womb to tomb, we must help each other.
The first part of this book highlights the negative, highlighting how it is human nature to be envious of the physical features, talents, and possessions of others.
The second part of the book explores the importance each one of us plays in the lives of those around us. Each chapter includes a poem that delves deeper into the
The author also explores the concept of self-realization, which is the starting point of inner happiness. When a person identifies his or her strengths, it shows in their level of contentment.
“This is a thought-provoking work that invites reflection as well as discussion.”
— Rev. Silvestre D’Souza, OCD, provincial superior