The Rose of Jericho is one of the oldest desert flowers in the world - it can stay dry, without water, for decades. But just a drop of water will turn it into a beautiful flower and make it flourish once again. Same with human beings who touch rock-bottom; but is they accept total defeat and ask for help, the best days of their lives are yet to come. A sensitive and touching story told by successful author Sergio Bambaren that we all have a second chance in life, to start from scratch, if we only ask for help, and we are humble enough to recognize that we have a problem we cannot solve alone.Über den Autor:
Sergio Bambarén Roggero was born the first day of December of 1960 in Lima, Peru. Educated in a British High School, Sergio has been captivated from his early years by the ocean, having been born in a city that meets the sea. This would influence him for the rest of his life, and put him in a journey he would have never expected: to become a writer. His spirit of traveling took him to the United States, where he graduated as a Chemical Engineer at Texas A&M University. However, the ocean was still his greatest love, and traveling gave him the opportunity to go surfing to places such as Central America, Mexico, California and Hawaii. After a brief stay in the country in which he was born, Sergio decided to migrate to Sydney, Australia, where he worked as a Sales Manager for a multinational company; however, he also managed to travel to the Southeast Asia and African coasts in search of the perfect wave. Legendary places like Bali, Nias, Jeffrey´s Bay, Agadir in Morocco and the Philippines, as well as Australia and New Zeeland were part of his surfing travels. After several years in Australia, Sergio took a sabbatical and travelled to Europe in search of the perfect wave. It was in Portugal, in a wonderful beach surrounded by pine forests called Guincho, that Sergio found the purpose of his life and a very special friend. A lonely dolphin that gave him the inspiration to write his first novel: “The Dolphin, Story of a Dreamer”. After he returned to Sydney, Sergio self-published his book in Oz. This happened in 1996. Suddenly everything in Sergio´s life changed. He sold more than 100,000 copies of “The Dolphin” in Australia in less than a year. “The dolphin” has now been translated into 40 languages and dialects. Other books followed, such as “Distant Winds”, “The Guardian of the Light”, “Thoughts by the ocean”, “Tales from Heavens”, “Nightingale Story" and others. His books have been published in more than seventy countries.
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