Joe, grows up studying swordplay and Bushido, and combines these with his father's teachings of "a peace eternal" to become an infallible heroic figure.
"Joe And The Peace Eternal" 4.0 out of 5 stars Touching. It has a good (an at-the-core kind of good) message that should be understood no matter your age, ethnicity, or sex.
Throughout life one is confronted with many questions for which there seem to be no answers. Or if there are answers, they may seem so far away from one's abilities. They may seem to ask too much of us in time or money. They may lead to more questions: Where are you in life? Are you where you want to be? Are you who you want to be?
These are some of the questions Dr. Robert Benson and other characters face in author John Teofilo Padilla Jr.'s book, Joe and Peace Eternal. Dr. Benson has one goal in life-to cure cancer. Many people would just give up, but he learns of a lifestyle and mind-set that keeps him going. His work brings many cures and accolades-and threats, danger, and death. Dr. Benson begets a son. Joe learns swordplay, and martial arts on his path to a climactic battle of good vs evil.
Filled with likable characters-including Joe, who shares his father's philosophy-Joe and Peace Eternal will have you thinking about your goals and beliefs. And about what is possible.
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About the Author
John Teofilo Padilla Jr. earned a bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts from Ottawa University. He also graduated from Gateway Computer College. Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he grew up with the heritage of his great-grandfather, US Marshal Teofilo Padilla, who fought outlaws in the old Wild West.