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What iflike it is said in the Biblewe were supposed to live forever? But Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, and somehow, our bodies changed, giving us a limited life span. We all know Adam lived 936 years, and as each generation came about, our life span kept getting shorter until we got to the present day, only living to about 75 to 100 years if we were lucky. Science knows that almost every animal on this planet has all the amino acids needed in its liver to constantly make vitamin C to keep them healthy. Some time ago, we lost that ability because we were getting enough vitamin C in our diets, so our liver quit making it. This is just an example of how our bodies once again turned something off, which has become detrimental to our health. But what if somewhere down the line, that switch turned on again, and what if that peculiar switch was our ability to live forever again? This brings me to my story. He was born sometime in the late 1800s. Growing up normal, he didnt realize how special he was until he got a clue while fighting in World War I. A soldier was dying and needing blood to possibly save his life. So he gave his blood to help him. The doctor told the dying soldier that if he lived, he still would not have the use of his right arm again. It was just too damaged. Several days later, the soldier not only regained the use of his right arm but also healed much quicker than any of the doctors thought. They viewed it as a miracle. This disturbed our main character because he felt something was weird about himself. He couldnt put his finger on it, but he knew something was not right. So he kept to himself after the war. One day, he looked in the mirror and noticed something. He knew he was in his forties, but he didnt look a day over twenty. As time went on, he became more protective of disclosing his age and changing his identity to reflect an age much more suitable to his looks. By the end of the Korean War, the government was looking for him, so he changed his identity often and moved around a lot. This brings us to Phoenix, Arizona, where a freak accident brought our hero to his end. And that is where the story begins. Not knowing who our hero is and how he will change the lives of so many people is a miracle in itself, but the stories that follow are just as miraculous as the people who received his organs.
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About the Author
I was born in Cleveland, Mississippi but I never knew the place because my father moved us north to Crest Hill, Illinois which was right next to Joliet Illinois. Growing up in the town of Joliet Jake Blues was Interesting, it was a bit of old history in the downtown area of Joliet with modern industry surrounding it. When I was 18 years old I became fascinated with Bruce Lee and joined a Martial Arts school learning Tae Kwon Do. I also was an avid runner. Always curious about new things I studied how vitamins played an important role in my health seeing how my diet was atrocious. Between eating pizza, burgers and whatever was my whim that day. But I managed to keep myself in fairly good shape. Later in my life I became bored just working all the time and not doing much else when an opportunity came along to become club D.J. at the Charlie Club. Life became interesting again. After doing this for 3 and a half years I got burned out so I gave it up only to be called back to another job with W C Flicks as one of the first video D Js in the Chicago area. I had only one problem I just got laid off from my job at Caterpillar. I had to figure something fast, I had a wife and a son and daughter to think about. I had no skills to speak of so I went back to school in Tulsa, Oklahoma with Spartan Aeronautics and became an Aircraft Mechanic. About 4 years ago I became curious about something that got stuck in my head about the Bible. You see I had a southern upbringing always going to church as a child. The question was could it be true that we were never supposed to die. So what happened? That is the reason why I started writing my book, but it took a life of its own. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing.