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What's It All About?

By: Tony Harriman
Narrated by: Tony Harriman
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What's it All About? is a blog by Tony Harriman, an Englishman living in America who converted to Christianity in his mid-twenties. Tony is a keen observer of human behavior and an appreciator of the natural world. Though Tony would tell you he understands very little of how the world of the spirit of God works, he would also be quick to tell you that he could not imagine life without it. He sees in the natural world many lessons which may be learned about its author, and attempts to capture and write down some of the deeper meanings of life as he goes on his journey. Some of these narrated posts will amuse you, some will break your heart, and others will inspire you to look more closely at the scenes of everyday life all around us. If you like to think outside the box, then these short essays will be of interest to you; but buckle up. At the end of the day, we are all just trying to find a handle on the world we live in.

©2019 Tony Harriman (P)2019 Tony Harriman

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