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“Further Along the Path” is a sequel to “Unknown Destinations.” It follows Joe, an internal-medicine doctor and teacher, over the course of a few years, during a time when he marries and contracts a chronic progressive medical disease. After a few more subjects, such as further talks of the nature of time, the changes in the environment, and some talk of medical disease, will Joe find a new perspective toward his chronic illness?
Through the book, Joe continues to suffer from further manifestations of his illness as he grows to a deeper understanding of the disease and its complications as well as what it means to him and his wife for their future.
Powerful, gripping, and definitely exciting, “Further Along The Path” conjures a deeper thought provoking discussion of the inner workings of the higher spiritual nature of existence as discovered by Joe, the protagonist of the book. It is a perfect mesh of drama, hope, love and new beginnings. Readers from different ages will be captivated by its heartwarming life lessons and be moved by its truthfulness and genuine purpose.
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About the Author
The author trained in internal medicine in the Chicago area and practiced medicine as a primary care physician out of his own office for over twenty years before a chronic health condition, still not entirely understood, sidelined his medicine practice. He lives in the Chicago area with his wife.
Further Along The Path * by Edward Neu, MD
Publication Date: November 11, 2013
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