Ken Saik’s frequent writing theme is
Love your neighbour as
What’s in the blank?
If you are a spiritual person, it would be love your neighbour “as yourself.”
If you love animals like Ken, he would put love your neighbour “as I love my cat, Noodles.”
If you were Joseph Kreshky, a character in Ken’s novel, Baggage burdens. , Joseph would say “as I love Jill.”
If you were Bill Wynchuck, a character in Ken’s novel, Helping Hands, Bill would put “as I love Jill.”
If you were Mike in Old Country Surprises , Mike would say “as my grandfather loves Ukraine.”
How would you complete:
Love your neighbour as ”
Provide a brief explanation
Change of Luck (book #1 & 2)
You are short of money for an important purchase. Miraculously, someone turns up and offers you $100. Would you take it? No conditions. You can even return it later if you want to.
That’s Jerry’s situation when he receives a dinner bill. Then he discovers he forgot his wallet at home.
In as sea of grey-haired people, Ashley Norris, recently divorced young lady sees Randy. He’s the only person her own age aboard this Mediterranean cruise ship.What a blessing! Or maybe not.
A professional influencing decision makers
A legal system with a heart for the victim and the offender.