- Title: The Young Minds: A Journey to Conquer Remorse
- Author: Forrest W Fairley
- Genre: Parenting, Family Relationships, Religion, Spirituality
- Length: 222 pages
- Publisher: Outskirts Press
- Publication Date: August 30, 2020
The Young Minds – Synopsis
Everyone possesses within their life an incident that creates regret and remorse. However, nothing like the day that Martin Hicks stood at the graveside of his high school mentor who he had ignored their relationship for over 20 years; that is until he met her at her funeral. Full of empty words he wanted to say but could not, his entire being began a downward emotional breakdown while rain drops fell onto her shining stainless casket. He now knew that he must find a way to remove this shroud of guilt and thus began his journey to conquer his remorse. What he did not expect would be all the twists and turns around every bend in the road to redemption.
About The Author
Recently retired, author Forrest W. Fairley woke up one day realizing his life path and the success within it, was handed to him by someone who gifted him great mentoring and advise in his early youth. Someone he had never returned to simply tell them “thankyou.” And, such was the inspiration for him to write The Young Minds. Filled with regret over this, he was lucky as she was still alive, his second mother, he had lost touch with over his adult years. Yet, as fate would have it, he found her again and they have been constant in their communication. A happy ending to what could have been a dreadful case of remorse and regret.