The Warriors Heart
Author: Erin Greitens - By: Montana Craft
The reader is asked to put themselves in the shoes of others. Eric shares his evolution from average kid to globe-traveling humanitarian to warrior, training and serving with the most elite military outfit in the world- the Navy SEALs. Along the way, you'll be asked to consider the power of choices, of making the decision each and every day to act with courage and compassion.
You never know how you feel about a book till you read it, this book changed my point-of-view on life today. It made me realize that there were/are serious problems going on in this world and some people never know how horrible it is until they read about it. It makes you look at life from a different prescriptive. People now a days take everything they have for granted,such as. Health, clean water, clothing, food, a stable home, family, money, safety, justice. Now on the other side of the world people die because they have a serious infection that takes over their bodies, how people sleep in houses made out of mud and straw, these people make nothing out of something. How they can still be happy even though they don't own much. I recommend the reading the book, it makes you a different person & makes you want to do better for the world/community.
The author faced a struggle to help refugee families & children get there stories heard and there prayers answered. Trying to get every person the right care, For an example. A young boy was very injured but was neglected health care, once Eric (the author) brought the young boys infection to notice to the aid workers. The child was given the proper care, and was brought back to good health.
The setting in the book changes from different refugee camps in South Africa, South America, Korea, Navel Base. To add on, the setting lets you understand the stories a little more, to know the hard ship that goes on in those countries.