Harry Pond Looks Homeward

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I truly enjoyed this magical book. Not since "Celestine Prophecies" have I had so much fun on a spiritual adventure. I didn't want it to end, and I hope there will be a sequel. Bravo! The world needs more magical stories like this."
~Rob Moses, Kung Fu Master, teacher of TV
star David Carradine

Author Jay Allan Luboff has been on his own spiritual journey for many years, and knows that the path "home" is not ...

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Overview

I truly enjoyed this magical book. Not since "Celestine Prophecies" have I had so much fun on a spiritual adventure. I didn't want it to end, and I hope there will be a sequel. Bravo! The world needs more magical stories like this."
~Rob Moses, Kung Fu Master, teacher of TV
star David Carradine

Author Jay Allan Luboff has been on his own spiritual journey for many years, and knows that the path "home" is not always a smooth one. This book explores that truth as Harry and his friends, with help from the Angelic realm, face issues of their own and humanity's "growing pains" while moving from a time of asleep consciousness to a time of awakened consciousness on Earth, from a time of struggle to a time of allowing the Divine Truth within each being to unfold in perfection.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985778958
  • Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
  • Publication date: 9/7/2012
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

Jay Allan Luboff is an avid fan of "Great Spirit," "God," "Source Energy," the "Oneness"-or whatever else you may wish to call it. And while this is true about Jay, he also believes firmly that each and every one of us is a part of that larger God reality and that we are all moving into a time of Conscious knowing of this truth. And so in writing this book, and future ones to come, he explores both our common presence in the Oneness and the resistance to this concept as Earth, through the expanding consciousness of humanity, births itself anew.
Jay has been on his own dedicated spiritual path for over a quarter of a century and he knows that the journey "back home" to self awareness is not always a smooth one, but a road that has its bumps and potholes along the way. His writings address some of these issues of humanity's "growing pains," individually and collectively, from a time of asleep consciousness to a time of awakened consciousness on Earth; from a time of resistance to a time of allowing the Divine truth within each of us to unfold its perfection.
On his own journey of discovery over the years Jay has written journals and poetry, short stories, and even an illustrated children's book. Harry Pond Looks Homeward, The Spiritual Adventures of an Ohio Farm Boy is his first novel. Jay is a dedicated husband to Chantal Marie, his wife and spiritual partner of twenty-five years, and works in the world as a consultant to help "Green" the planet.
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  • Posted July 22, 2013

    Harry Pond Looks Homeward: The Spiritual Adventures of an O

    Harry Pond Looks Homeward: The Spiritual Adventures of an Ohio Farm Boy, by Jay Allen Luboff, opens up when Harry Pond who is a Vietnam Veteran comes home for his first time in three years. Harry is reunited with his sister Becky, though they have lost their parents in a tragic accident. At their parents death, Harry and Rebecca inherit some land. With all families, death tends to bring out the ugliness and the truth. Harry and Rebecca notice that things have changed with their Uncle Julius, and he has become very dark. He also has made it very clear that he wants the land that they inherited. Through this, they believe he may have played a part in their parents death. There are mystical treasures, guardian angels, and adventures that keep you turning the pages through the very end.

    I enjoyed this book. It was nice to see something new. Luboff take's a war veteran and places his on a spiritual journey of defending what is rightfully his, while adding the twists of guardian angels into the mix. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looknig to read something different, as this is definitely that!

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  • Posted July 3, 2013

    The Spiritual Adventure of an Ohio Farm Boy Harry returns fr

    The Spiritual Adventure of an Ohio Farm Boy




    Harry returns from the Vietnam war to his home town where he is welcomed by his sister Becky. Unfortunately it's not the most happiest of times back in the states, they both have just lost their parents. It's even more devastating that Becky tells Harry she suspects their Uncle Julius might have something to do with their parent's death. 




    Uncle Julius doesn't defend himself on the accusations, and to make things worse, he wants to buy the property that was left to Becky and Harry. The spiritual adventure and intriguing plot make this an electrifying tale. 




    What a difficult time Harry goes through, but his trip home opens many doors and roads to him that change how he views everything around him, including the war and his parent's death. It truly is a spiritual quest that Harry goes on in order to come to terms with the life he was dealt. 




    I found this book to be quite enlightening and eye opening. I found it entertaining and riveting, I could hardly put it down during some parts of the book. I have recommended this book to a few friends who I know would appreciate, and apply the spiritual journey to their own lives as I did. 

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