This book recounts the true story of a young man’s tragic, near-death experience and his journey to recovery.
Alone and left for dead in a foreign country, a series of miraculous interventions led to his location and ultimate rescue.
Told with refreshing honesty, get ready to be taken on a journey of the author’s physical and psychological healing and new-found awareness and appreciation of life.
A true story of personal self-discovery, he has decided to share his painful account in the hopes of offering others a fresh perspective on life -- and we are all forced to ask ourselves the compelling question:
Do you really need a death certificate before you decide to live?
Featured in The Straits Times, The New Paper, LianheWan Bao.
Reviews by Esteemed Leaders:
“If there's any book you need to read this year, this is the book. Read, reflect, realign and resolve to apply the lessons to take yourself to a higher level.“
Dr Patrick Liew
Entrepreneur of The Year for Social Contribution
Founder of Success Resources Pte Ltd
“I’ll never forget the day we found Jason lying seriously injured in that Cambodian hospital. Frankly, I didn’t know if he would live. But this book is proof that he not only survived that traumatic experience but has learnt how to transform his suffering into a catalyst for change. Jason has become a young man full of life and vision. Read this and be inspired.”
Pastor Craig Greenfield
Founder and Director of Alongsiders International
For every book sold, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. Another 10% will be donated to the Alongsiders project, which has incredible measured, powerful impact on the lives of marginalised Cambodian children. Read the impact report here.
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