Dale's life is changed by the arrival of another young lad named Lindsay with a similar past to his own. He soon discovers that his own experiences move the boy to becoming one of God's gifted children. Dale helps a family through a tragedy while bearing the effects of their teenage daughter, Virginia.
The second book in the series, "Dale. Image of Innocence" delves into more deepers secrets of Dale's past through another young boy named Lindsay. The young lad's dream of being a normal and happy child from his inability to understand the world around him, becomes an enormous challenge for Dale. Yet love overcomes.
Positive values, Christian living, raising children, happy marriages, struggling in a world where so many opinions and lack of time seem to rule our lives against our own ideas of what is right and wrong for us.
These stories care about all opinions. These stories inspire rather than attack.
The world wants itself to survive while having everything in the right place at the right time. We want evil men sent in transit to a firey hell, but wonder why the innocent have to suffer. Opinions, culture and lies rule us, but only one opinion offers any consolation. One opinion that not many understand nor agree with is the only opinion that is the solution.
Dale's stories are fictional, yet real to us. We can identify with the mysteries, the conflicts and the knowledge that lives are always in dire straits with opinions.
So, kick up your feet after a hard day's work, with a coffee and some music and read the continuing dramas of "Dale" that offer solutions and positive tactics to so many opinions.