by Scott Harrison
I heard about this book while listening to the “Good Life Project” Podcast. Harrison was interviewed and his story sounded interesting, so I picked up his book. While the podcast did a good job of giving an overview of the content, it was great to read about how Harrison turned his life around in more detail. The book included color photos to illustrate some of the turning points in Harrison’s life. As a person interested in nonprofit, the UN Global Goals and addressing human needs, this was a great book. Harrison is inspiring in his unfailing quest to bring clean water to everyone everywhere and by sharing his great success and some huge failures, he maintains an unbreakable optimistic spirit. A secondary theme of the novel is his fraught relationship with God and his devotion to the church. A great read for anyone interested in charity: water, non profits, entrepreneurs, journeys of faith or the resilient human spirit.