Joe is a very hard worker. He really wants to make sure he always has money for him and his family. The problem is, it's costing him valuable time with family and friends. His wife is fighting cancer, two kids in college, one in high school and for Joe a mid-life crisis. Joe begins to drink to much and to often. He's never really there for the family or his wife. His answer is to throw money at the problem. Joe grew up poor, lost his family young and learned money makes the world go around.. or does it? While visiting family at Christmas, Joe has an experience most only hear or read about. It could possibly change his whole outlook on life and the world around him.
Eskimo Proverb: Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven, where the love of our lost ones pours through, and shines down upon us to let us know they're happy.
A book that takes you through one man's life and shows him and us that the things we think are important are only a part of life. They aren't the most important things. It shows the lengths heaven will go to, to show you where you went wrong and how to fix it. It's moving, educational and a terrific read.
I found nothing wrong with this one.
I gave it a 5 out of 5 books because the message is a universal one we all need to learn.