And Tell Us What You See by Rev. Robert M. Haven

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Perhaps it is Tom Haven’s history of “almosts” that impacts his writing so powerfully. Almost a factory worker, almost a Navy sailor, almost a student, almost a professor, almost an evangelist, priest, monk, salesman, and almost, surely, a writer, to some degree he has been all these things at one point or another, but never really sustaining success at any of them. (Hopefully there are others who disagree with his self-assessment on some of this!) Not unlike many young people today with feelings of inadequacy, this young writer began seeking a Creator and what he discovered changed his perspective forever. This 25 year journey has left him fairly jaded, and yet, for all that, it has provided him many writing opportunities. And he continues to write and teach his children about a kind of Abba that relates to beautiful spring days and/or things that go bump in the night.
 

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"ROBERT MARSHALL HAVEN is a young artist with autism growing upin Poughkeepsie, NY who is also a Quaker. His work happens to charternew territories in the art community and has been well received atnumerous art shows including at Nazareth College in Rochester, NewYork and at Mr. Musichead Art Gallery in Hollywood, California. RMH,as he is known through his website at RMH-Art.com, has work thatis sometimes simplistic, sometimes pristine, sometimes a bit roughand tumble, if not complex, but it is always awe-inspiring. He has thisway of filling things in that wehaven’t seen before. He guidesus, he holds our hand, he evensometimes sheds light on thingsthat we ourselves would neverimagine, as we may or maynot catch a glimpse of his veryspecific, if not particular prismas perceived by his brilliantlybright and living eye." 
 
Published February 25, 2011 by Xlibris. 374 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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