Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins


Non-Fiction - Memoir
288 Pages
Reviewed on 06/22/2018
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Author Biography

After living through the events depicted in his self-transformational memoir, Suffering Ends when Awakening Begins, Robert succeeded in breaking the cycle of dysfunction handed down from earlier generations in his family and the limitations to success tied up in that. Robert Crown was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Despite a challenging youth when he was faced with his own near-death and the death of a loved one, he overcame his trials and learned the importance of helping his family, friends, and those around him. As an adult, he has volunteered to in community service organizations and has worked with youth and seniors. He has also served on the board of directors of his local chamber of commerce. His curiosity and love of travel have taken him to Japan six times.

He is married to his beautiful wife, and together they have four wonderful children whom he teaches to think for themselves and to use their thoughts to create the lives they want. He still lives in the Chicago area, where he has owned and operated a residential real estate brokerage for fifteen years.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins by Robert Crown is an inspiring story that chronicles the author’s journey through the valley of the shadow of death and his emergence. The book is uplifting and will have a positive impact on the lives of readers - even if in some small way - to make it better. They will be able to find something in the book that will help them in their own lives and will help them understand how suffering ends when awakening begins. The book starts with how the author's mother tried to murder him and his sisters when he was eleven years old and how the extreme sense of his mother’s betrayal grew on him and created a pattern of negative thoughts that haunted him for the rest of his life.

This book is an inspiring and powerful read and will encourage readers to look at life with a positive outlook, no matter what they are going through. The author’s sufferings and the lessons he learned to turn his life around and make it positive are motivating and will help everyone look into their lives and see how they can learn from it instead of being broken. The book is about faith, gratitude, hope, healing, and empowerment. The memoir is straightforward and honest and connects well with readers; especially those who have undergone or are undergoing similar traumas. It is a book that will help readers channel their energy from that of negative to positive and to lead a fulfilling and meaningful existence.

Anna

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