In a time riddled with war, Philip A. G. Kelly was one of the brightest pupils in the Infants School in Essex. Everything changed when drastic surgery led to deafness, but Philip didnat let that deter him, developing his love for aviation into a talent for aircraft recognition.Remaining in civilian life whilst his three close brothers were accepted into the Armed Forces, Philip started gardening, then moved up to electronic process work and later fine grinding. After working in three districts of Essex, Philip gained forklift truck driving and gardening experience in Lancashire. Later on, he was in charge of the petroleum store.My Odyssey is Philipas tale of life, narrating all the twists and turns he encountered along the way through his working life and stays in hospital for surgery. Experiencing a long-lasting concussion gave him a special insight into the effects of brain injury which added to his spiritual life and understanding of the Bible. He expresses his affinity with Jesus Christ who he believes visited his hospital bedside, teaching him lessons he could not have learned in any other way.Philip is inspired by the Holy Bible itself, as well as R.G. LeTourneauas Mover of Men and Mountains and Five Miles From Bunkum by Christopher Ketteridge and Spike Mays.My little Honda was well used although I never rode it to Lancashire. This regular night work at Courtaulds brought ... the A12 and took a cross-country route by way of Ongar road and Blackmore. Somewhere in the Kelvedon Hatch region, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Philip A. G. Kelly|
|Publisher||:||Troubador Publishing Ltd - 2011-02-25|