Written by Mark Edgemon

The first brother Mark, was born on May 19, 1959 in the state of Tennessee to a respectable family. The second brother Jim, was born September 10, 1959 in the state of California to a different family, who nurtured his many gifts and encouraged his creative endeavors.

Mark was afraid to use his gifts and was not well encouraged by his father, who made a living at a factory and intended his son to follow in his footsteps. Mark always knew he had something great stirring inside of him, but he couldn't for the life of him get past the unknown barrier that caused him to keep his abilities hidden.

Jim developed his many talents and continued to flourish, making a name for himself.

Mark grew up and lived a normal life, with the exception of the pain that was in his bones, which was attributed to the personal vision he saw, but would not allow himself to fulfill.

When the brothers had grown older and were in their forties, Mark, one day, while on the internet, came across a website that was originated by the brother he had never known. Something instantly connected for him as he reviewed the website of his unknown brother, who he had never met. Mark left a message for Jim and in a few days received a response back. They corresponded for over a year, until something amazing happened...Jim began to give Mark the one thing he had needed all of his life...encouragement.

Mark began to write and Jim illustrated his stories. Jim wrote to Mark and told him that he could create worlds and move situations by words alone.

With the faith of his spiritual brother firmly transfused into him, Mark moved into new areas of talents and took his rightful place as a creator in a world that needed inspiration. And the best was yet to come!

Moral: A family bond is forged in faith with acts of kindness and encouragement!

Copyright 2008 Mark Edgemon

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