From the author: Surviving a Tsunami has its roots in a conversation I had once with an old friend, someone I hadn’t seen in years. In bringing me up to date on his family, he sighed and said, "We’ve survived a tsunami.” And somehow I knew he wasn’t referring to the mammoth catastrophe in Asia.
Full of emotion, he proceeded to tell me about his time of crisis. He described startling blasts of trouble which had come without warning. The struggle to maintain solid footing amidst the tremors. About learning to cling only to what is solid and immovable.
Long after our conversation, I kept coming back to this analogy. You see, all of us—at one time of another—have circumstances in life which hit us hard, knock us over. A tidal wave sweeps in, perhaps one we didn't even know was coming.
How do we react? What do we do? Can we survive a tsunami? If so, how?
This book strives to answer those questions.