She’d never meant for it to happen. Just one reckless moment had cost Nicky her brother’s life and it seemed she would have to endure a lifetime of suffering for her carelessness.
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Andrew Harvey, an Anglo-Indian novelist and poet, expands on the spiritual transformation that he described in part in Journey in Ladakh. Beginning in 1978 when he first met Meera, the Indian woman who would be his Master, Harvey (who at the time was teaching literature in England and the US), struggled for – and against – enlightenment…
Growing up in a North Norfolk hotel, owned by her parents, Nicky’s life had been perfect until that fateful day.
Then everything fell apart and it wasn’t just her own guilt that Nicky had to contend with, it was also the anger of her mother.
Isolated and confused, Nicky’s life spirals out of control until she despairs of ever being able to smile again.
A chain of unconnected events lead her to some serious self-evaluation until it appears that there could be an opportunity to discover some happiness from all the misery which has plagued her existence, but only if she is prepared to let go of the past.