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Light in the Darkness, a Journal by E.C.
Eugene St. Martin Jr.
Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 29 Min.
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This audiobook is a collection of the old groundskeeper E. C.’s observations, reflections, prayers, and songs as he goes about his life going to church, to work, to teaching tennis, to playing tennis, and to visiting friends. He is a secretary recording the ideas that come through his life. For E. C. the ideas become a light in the darkness. Still he knows when he puts the ideas into practice, there will be more illumination.
The journey continues in E.C.’s life…the old groundskeeper’s life. These are ideas, prayers, reflections, and observations as he goes about his life going to church, to work, to teaching tennis, to playing tennis, and to visiting his friends. He is a secretary writing down the ideas, prayers, and reflections that come through his life.
This book is a continuation of EC's journey in life. It is about the observations and reflections made as EC goes about his life to church, to work, to teach, to play, and to visit friends. In particular, this book explores playing, learning, and the teaching of the game of tennis. EC believes each person has a tennis stroke inside him or her. He keeps working and playing to find ways that we can set the stage so the good shots in us can come out how to get the shots in us out. And at the end of the day, may we remember our good shots.
This book is a journal of the ideas, reflections, prayers, and wishes by E. C. the old groundskeeper as he makes his rounds in life going to church, going to work, teaching tennis, playing tennis, and visiting his friends. He is a secretary recording the ideas that come through his life. Interwoven in all this is where E. C. continues to explore how tennis is played and how people learn to play tennis. A wise man named Eknath Easwarn once said that life was a game of hide and seek. God hides and we seek. And God leaves us little footprints...little glimpses of his beauty.
E.C. helps take care of the tennis courts at an old country club. He also plays tennis and teaches tennis in the parks. These are his reflections on his work, his life, and the game of tennis. And it includes ideas from talking with a wise old tennis player.
The journey continues in ECs life. These are ideas and reflections that come through ECs life as he goes about his rounds going to church, going to work, visiting friends, teaching tennis, and playing tennis. He is a secretary that notes his reflections as he goes about his life. He keeps exploring ways to play and to learn the game of tennis. And he is interested in helping people find their swing, their serve, and their song in life. He is also interested in these things for himself. Oh, in this process, he hopes to hear the birds sing.
This audiobook encourages us to stop and see the beauty right before us, the beauty in other people, in ourselves, in nature, and in God. It is a journal of E. C.s thoughts, reflections, prayers, and desires as he goes about his life, going to church, visiting friends, working, teaching tennis, and playing tennis.
A journal of my life this year as I go about my life to church, to work, to teaching, to play, and to visiting friends. The first chapter is a story of the spring. The second chapter is like a sketchbook or a glimpse into a journal. There are reflections and prayers and wishes. The ideas from church are ideas I heard from the priests. It is really paraphrased versus a direct quotation. And some of the biblical quotes I used are used in the poem I wrote. The second chapter is about the summer of 2018 and about some of the things I went through.
The audiobook is the journey of an old groundskeeper as he goes about the rounds of his life. The audiobook is like a journal of the ideas, wishes, and reflections of the author. The audiobook also depicts enjoying seeing nature and connecting to a bigger picture to the flow of nature and to the plan of God. The audiobook is also exploring a new way to teach tennis, to play tennis, and to learn tennis. The themes of the audiobook are to find the author’s self and to help people find their own swing and their own song in their lives.
E.C. helps take care of the tennis courts at an old country club. He plays tennis himself in the parks. These are his reflections on his work, his life, and the game of tennis. Also included are his conversations with a wise, old tennis player.
This book is a continuation of E.C.’s journey in life. It is about the observations and reflections made as E.C. goes about his life, to church, to work, to teach, to play, and to visit friends. It includes ideas he has learned from others as he goes about his journey. E.C. keeps exploring the question of how to play the game of tennis. In his life, E.C. has found it is better for him to travel one step at a time.... one step at a time... one breath at a time... one shot at a time... as he makes his rounds in his life.
This is a continuation story of EC’s journey in life. It is about his observations, reflections, and prayers. He discovers that when he can quieten his mind and observe, it helps him to find what is important and what he can do.
E.C. has been a groundskeeper for tennis courts, especially the green clay courts. He teaches tennis in the evenings in the parks. This audiobook is about his prayers and reflections on his life and the game of tennis as he goes about working, teaching, playing, visiting friends, and going to church.
This book is a person's journey to discern what “Christmas” is about. Every year at Christmas time the groundskeeper E.C. feels the pressure of Christmas. And each year he does what he can to step back and see what Christmas is really all about and what it means in his life. Each year he writes a story about it. And these are a collection of his stories over these past years. Also, E.C. works in the field of tennis. He helps take care of tennis courts so people can play tennis and learn tennis. In the parks, he helps teach tennis and plays tennis.
In this book, E. C. continues the journey of his life: going to church, going to work, teaching tennis, playing tennis, and visiting his friends. As he goes, along the way he is working to figure out what is important in his life, and he explores ways to play the game of tennis. He is also working to find his song . . . his swing.