by Richard L. Hickman An epiphany is a revelation. Each person has his or her own owns it when it shows up suddenly, springing from who knows where? It is the coming together of a set of truths that cannot be denied when something of utmost importance to the core of existence is revealed. It can be spiritual. It can be venal. It can be serene or so, so frightening. Astounding. Disappointing. It is the answer to the question Why? Some seek it actively. Others run from it. For the most pitiful of us, there is no answer. No epiphany. Just a void. ABOUT THE AUTHOR People call me Ric. Born in Atlanta in 1950, I have deep southern roots and a strong sense of family patriotism, which can be traced back more than two centuries in this countrys various battles. When the call went out, we volunteered and fought. Some died. Some lived with wounds. Others survived unscathed to lead good Christian and prosperous lives. I count myself among them and am proud to be an American. I am a highly decorated Vietnam veteran. I was the youngest Eagle Scout in South Carolina in my youth. I earned the God and Country Award from the Methodist Church. My family loves me. After twenty-five-plus years in the advertising and marketing business, I am disabled by Agent Orange and PTSD-related health problems. I will now write. (2007, paperback, 110 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.