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Sign in to Purchase Instantly. This second edition contains extraordinary new content that will move you to and through many different emotions, as you experience the struggles and trials of a man who overcame many of the world's obstacles while staying true to himself. You will also experience Robert overcoming trials of another kind here at home. You will definitely be inspired, encouraged, and motivated by reading The Mountains Behind: Second Edition.
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Product Details. Average Review. Write a Review. The Mountains Behind 4. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Robert's book is a profound testimony of God's hand of mercy on his life. The trials were painful and tragic, so many tears were shed, but Robert shows, in retrospect, that God's presence was always there. His is a story of deliverance, overcoming, restoration and victory! Robert's hope and trust in the Lord is magnified with each page. I'm so grateful to God for using him to share his life with us! Guest More than 1 year ago This was an excellent book.
It gave me hope in areas I needed encouragement. I am going to keep praying that God continues to speak to Robert and teach him new revelations each day. Can't wait for the next book.
Tammy B-Detroit. Guest More than 1 year ago This book is truly magnificent! I couldn't put the book down. It reveals many struggles, hardships, and tribulations. It also portrays his new-found religion and trust in God. This book can and will provide you with a new found sense of what it really means to be a child of God.
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I know first hand what it took for Robert Douglas Morris to pour his emotions out into this book. Not only is it visible through the text, but also through his actions. Robert Douglas Morris is my father. I have no idea who Jeanie is, I just conjured her up in my mind but God Bless her soul, she went in the Cranes Nest and was never seen again….
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The song came pretty quickly, and as it was my first attempt, I ran it by my dad, who was a fiddle player and great lover of this music. He really liked the song and he told me he wanted to put a call in to his cousin Ralph and see if he might be interested in cutting the song.
Actually, I wrote two songs, one was titled Kentucky Tears that we also sent to Ralph so that he could pass it along to Bill Monroe. I wrote the second song with Bill in mind. I was excited.
The People Behind the Magic of the Mountains – Behind the Goggles – Helly Hansen
Imagine being 15 years old and having the first two songs I had ever written cut by none other than Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys with Keith Whitley singing the lead. Their arrangement was great and I can remember hearing it with my dad and having to pinch myself. A little something funny…. This song has been a continued blessing.
It was a great honor to have it be part of the Stanley Tradition Album that was nominated for a Grammy. Diane S. In a new First Person Fiction series about coming to America, acclaimed adult author Danticat tells the story of a contemporary Haitian American family through the diary entries of a young teen. Celiane Esperance loves her home in the Haitian mountains, but she hasn't seen Papa since he left for New York five years ago, and she misses him all the time.
Long-awaited visas come through, and Celiane, her mother, and her older brother join Papa in Brooklyn, but it isn't the blissful reunion she dreamed about. But the short journal entries make for a readable, immediate narrative, and when Danticat sets aside the educational for the personal, her simple, lyrical writing tells a gripping homecoming story of tension, disappointment, anger, and hope. Her essay "My Personal Journey," about her own coming to Brooklyn at age 12 in , is a moving final commentary.
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Hazel Rochman. Behind the Mountains. Reviews From Publishers Weekly Launching the First Person Fiction series of immigrant coming-of-age stories, Danticat's Breath, Eyes, Memory, for adults debut novel for young people follows Celiane's journey from her mountain village in Haiti to join her father in Brooklyn.