Waiting for Westmoreland

Waiting for Westmoreland

by John Maberry

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Overview

Those seeking happiness amidst the suffering or disillusionment of day to day life will find hope in reading Waiting for Westmoreland. Those seeking redemption for past mistakes, will also find a means to achieve it.



The book is the true story of a 20th century CandideÑan innocent growing up in America in the fifties. As a boy, the author suffers the death of loved ones. Spending a year in Vietnam corrupts him. Then the political realities of the war and Watergate shatter his idealistic illusions about America. He searches for tools to reform the country that failed him.



His quest becomes a frustrating pursuit. Finally, he meets a person who tells him about the life philosophy of Buddhism. He learns that the credit or blame for all of lifeÕs events lies withinÑnot from others. Looking for happiness outside oneself is fruitless. Only by taking personal responsibility for oneÕs own life can one be truly happy. Reforming oneself, rather than changing others, leads to a better world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615160450
Publisher: Eagle Peak Press
Publication date: 08/17/2018
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

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