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Three Cups of Tea by David Oliver Relin (Photo via Amazon.com)
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March 14, 2015
I was very moved when I read Three Cups of Tea, but the degree of my enjoyment was infinitely greater when I saw that the author was my once-upon-a-time classmate at the Harley School, David Relin. We have been out of touch since junior high school, but the memories of those days are brilliant; tinged with sadness now that I have learned of his untimely death. If we had been able to meet again, we'd have had so much to share as our lives have run along. My deepest condolences to your family, David. Namaste!
March 12, 2014
As I finish 'Second Suns', I am touched, awestruck and saddened at the same time. Now I am even more saddened since I discovered the fate of its author. So sorry for your loss and ours too.
February 27, 2014
I read Second Suns with such ongoing gratitude and conversational prayer to David for his great gifts and contribution to uplifting the hope of humanity through his engaging story telling about the parts of humanity we need to know. I presented David as an example of a person who saw truth clearly and was a trustworthy teacher of that truth. I played Daniel Lanois' Shine as capturing for me the beauty of David's grasp of humanity at its best. I too thank you his family for the posthumous publication. I continue to hold you and David in my grateful prayer. Patricia Shreenan, SSA
February 26, 2014
The light of David can continue to shine because of his incredible gift of writing. Thank you for letting his Second Sons book be published posthumously. It conveys him and the people he wrote about as genuinely sincere in their efforts to help others.
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