“This book will rekindle your belief in the human spirit.”
~ Kenny Loggins
As a world–renowned cardiologist who has dealt with life and death on a daily basis, Dr. Terry Gordon understood that life can change in the blink of an eye. However, in June of 2009 nothing could have prepared him for the fateful phone call he received informing him that his 20 year-old son, Tyler, had been involved in a near fatal car accident, sustaining a severe spinal cord injury that left him quadriplegic.
Dr. Gordon’s journey from the day he left Ohio to be at his son’s bedside and the profound response he received to his heartfelt prayers, resulted in a spiritual awakening and a clearer understanding of life and the truths it has to offer.
“An unspeakable tragedy . . . immeasurable blessings”
“A truly magnificent story, written by a man I consider to be one of the finest human beings I have known….One of the most beautiful love stories I have ever read.”
~ Wayne Dyer (from the foreword)
His compelling and emotional true story of surviving the fiercest of life’s storms to finding the rainbow through the clouds is documented in his inspiring memoir.
“The arc of Terry Gordon’s once comfortable future was shattered in an instant. After a phone call left them only shards of their former life, the path he and his family have taken hovers between a cautionary tale and a clarion call. This is an American story worth your attention.”
~ Nick Clooney, author, reporter
(father of George Clooney)
In this book, Dr. Gordon contends that rather than lamenting so-called adversities in our lives, we can choose to be grateful for them. We can embrace them and accept them as gifts from the Divine; as they can provide fertile soil for growth and enlightenment. For anyone dealing with adversity, tragedy, grief, emotional or physical pain, this book provides refreshing and inspirational insights that can help the reader appreciate how a so-called tragedy can actually be a blessing in disguise.
No Storm Lasts Forever offers insight into how to transform turmoil, disappointment, and suffering into understanding, insight, and resolve.