Warrior's Song: The Journey Home takes you on an adventure through childhood with a boy, through war in the jungles of Vietnam with a young U.S. Marine, into corporate boardrooms with an Information Technology Executive, and into the heart and soul of a seeker of Truth. Along the way, Robert Anderson deepens his understanding of the warrior's values he learned in the Marine Corps: Honor, Courage, and Commitment. He meets his spiritual teacher, Gururaj Ananda Yogi, and the author's lifelong inquiry into life's deepest questions gathers greater substance: Who am I? Why am I here? Is there a place within the human heart that can experience true peace? As one reviewer says, "Warrior's Song is not the usual, run-of-the-mill book you read for a pastime! It is an intense book about a brave man who describes the gripping journey of a real U.S. Marine written from the depths of his heart. Some books you put down and don't pick up again. Not this one. You will pick it up time and time again." (See this review and more below.) The author takes you with him on his adventures around the world to diverse cultural settings and shares his fascination with physics, cosmology, music, and a practical philosophy of life. He surprises you with how he learned to apply an intuitive process to problem solving in business. Anderson has reverence, respect, and understanding for all religious traditions, and declares, "I believe that we are all fellow travelers on the same journey, and ultimately we will all arrive at the same home."PRAISE FOR WARRIOR'S SONG
WITH HIS DECISION to join the Marine Corps, Bob Anderson found a discipline and a brotherhood that would never leave him in the combat environment of Southeast Asia. Applying this discipline to the remainder of his life, he began seeking truths in religion and philosophies. He found common positive truths in every religion. Robert's book is the autobiography of a dedicated and disciplined individual whom I have been privileged to know for many years. Alan H Barbour, Historian, U.S. Marine Corps Combat Helicopter Association FROM HIS SERVICE as a Marine in the Vietnam War to a successful career as a family man and business person, Robert Anderson's life is a search for spiritual truth. This search leads him to his Guru, and to a remarkable relationship between a soldier and an Indian spiritual master. Jeffrey Carr, Academic Dean of the School of the Pennsylvania Academy ROBERT EMERGED from the challenging combat conditions he faced in Vietnam armed with grit and strength to overcome the challenges in his life. He also realized a yearning for Truth. In his description of becoming grounded in the wisdom and love of Gururaj Ananda Yogi's teachings, Robert will draw you into the realization of Truth. His book will give you hope and, maybe, even bring you home. Joe Charsagua, Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired) THIS IS AN INTENSE book about a brave man who stands for the values instilled in him by the U.S. Marine Corps: honor, courage, and commitment. Some books you put down and don't pick up again. Not this one. You may lay it down often while reading to contemplate a deep passage, but you will pick it up over and over until you are finished reading the last word! Murali Chemuturi, Author and Software Development Consultant, Chityala, India BOB "SUJ" ANDERSON has travelled the world and done it all. More than an autobiography, Warrior's Song is a shining example of the triumph of the human spirit. In short, it's a delicious read, a movable feast. Dr. Stephen E. Langer, Physician and Author of Solved: The Riddle of Illness A RIP-ROARING read! Bob Anderson's story is an inspiring, page-turning tale of courage, adventure, spiritual faith, and successful living. Read this book! You won't be able to put it down. Lee Swanson, President, Swanson Health P
  • ISBN13: 9780989526401
  • Publisher: Spirit Eagle Press
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00298
Video FormatPaperback
Dimensions6.14 x 0.62 x 9.21 Inches

Warrior's Song: The Journey Home

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