The Noticer Paperback
Sometimes, all a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective
by Andy Andrews;
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Orange Beach, Alabama, is a simple town filled with simple people. But like all humans on the planet, the good folks of Orange Beach have their share of problems--marriages teetering on the brink of divorce, young adults giving up on life, business people on the verge of bankruptcy, as well as the many other obstacles that life seems to dish out to the masses.
Fortunately, when things look the darkest, a mysterious man named Jones has a miraculous way of showing up. An elderly man with white hair, of indiscriminate age and race, wearing blue jeans, a white T-shirt and leather flip flops carrying a battered old suitcase, Jones is a unique soul. Communicating what he calls "a little perspective," he explains that he has been given a gift of noticing things that others miss. "Your time on this earth is a gift to be used wisely," he says. "Don't squander your words or your thoughts. Consider even the simplest action you take, for your lives matter beyond measure...and they matter forever."
Jones speaks to that part in everyone that is yearning to understand why things happen and what we can do about it.
Like The Traveler's Gift, The Noticer is a unique narrative blend of fiction, allegory, and inspiration in which gifted storyteller Andy Andrews helps us see how becoming a "noticer" just might change a person's life forever.
The Noticer by Andy Andrews was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2011 and is our 5376th best seller. The ISBN for The Noticer is 9780785232322.
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Details for The Noticer
|Page last updated||8th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Andy Andrews|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (March 2011)|
|Number of Pages||176|