CLEVELAND (PRWEB) February 07, 2018
“Simply Stated Profundities: Truths of Sobriety”: an inspirational collection of simply stated profundities about the recovery process from someone who struggled with alcoholism. “Simply Stated Profundities: Truths of Sobriety” is the creation of published author, Gary S. Storch. Storch was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated from high school in 1979 then later joined the US Army.
“As long as this book is in print, a yearly generous donation will be given to Rosary Hall in-patient at Saint Vincent Charity Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Many years earlier, Gary Storch was accepted into Rosary Hall for a 30-day inpatient care as a charity case. Thank you for helping me.” --Gary S. Storch
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Gary S. Storch’s new book is an inspirational collection of simply stated profundities, which are practical short sentences that carry a greater meaning to the person who has experienced what the profundity is about. Until the promise of a new freedom through sobriety, Gary's life was a roller coaster of disappointments and geographical cures. Now Living with a daily awareness of a higher power, who Gary calls "Jesus," his life has truly been transformed.
These “Truths of Sobriety” will stir the minds of many recovering men and women who enjoy the gift of sobriety each and every day. More than 10 million recovering men and women have found their true and blessed higher power, which continues to carry them on their worst days. “Simply Stated Profundities: Truths of Sobriety” reflects upon their struggles while offering humor, understanding, and inspiration.
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