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This is where travellers get to leave footprints in the sand.  Just take off your shoes and dance away.  Please tell us what you think of the new site, or the book, including any suggestions you might have.  If we have not yet met in person, then please share with us how it is you have come to wander upon our little stretch of beach.



Writing and editing services

Hi Larry, Your story sounds quite compelling. It appears you have been wriitng about it. I assist authors as editor, publishing coach, and book marketing advisor, with inspirational life stories my speciality. I am co-author of the new book "Brace for Impact: Miracle on the Hudson Survivors Share their Stories of Near Death and Hope for New Life."  Feel free to look over my website for A Writer's Eye (www.awriterseye.com). I'd be happy to explore any way I might assist you with your goals. - Kevin Quirk 

You've written a beautiful beautiful book

"Nothing can truly be taken from us.  There is nothing to lose. 
Inner peace begins when we stop saying of things, 'I have lost it!' and instead say,
'It has been returned to where it came from.'
Have your children died?  They are returned to where they came from....
Have your possessions and property been taken from you? 
They too have been returned to where they came from....
But why should it be any concern of yours
who gives your things back to the world that gave them to you?
The important thing is to take great care with what you have while the world lets you have it,
just as a traveler takes care of a room at an inn
from: The Art of Living by Epictetus, new interpretation by Sharon Lebell

Thank you Larry,
for embracing the poetry of life
& caring for the 
room at the inn 
until we stragglers wash up on shore~

                       Un abrazo!

Review at www.goodreads.com

To all lovers of poetry and mystery--

This is a book of poetry (and pictures of designs left behind in the sand by sandcrabs). It's quite beautiful, full of love, yearning, philosopy, and spirituality. I was truly honoured to be given it by Larry Whitlow.

    -- Aby

Hello Again

Hi Larry,   For some reason I was wondering whether you were still travelling, googled your name and came upon the NPR interview with you on your near death experience in Thailand.  It is so good to hear you and Patty are okay!  We met end of '99 in Syria, stayed in that monestery together and planted almond trees.  We stayed in touch for some years but never ran into each other again.  If you can find the time with your five children, I hope to hear from you.   Be well!   Mark