The Giant who Walked on Elephant Hill

 


New E-book: The Giant who Walked on Elephant Hill…


If you want to find out more about Paul and Margaret Brand, you might be interested in our latest release, the Kindle e-book version of Ken Gibson’s biography of the Brands and their achievements, The Giant who Walked on Elephant Hill… From the Description: It’s called “Karigiri”. Translated from the local language, Tamil, it means “Elephant Hill”. Essentially, it’s a rock, shaped like an Elephant. A giant once walked on that hill: not a giant towering inches above all other people. This was a giant in intellect, faith, character, compassion, vision, determination with an insatiable quest for knowledge. That giant was called Paul Brand…

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Murugan’s Story:

Murugan stood beside a thick branch on the outskirts of his village, a rope held loosely in his gnarled, misshapen hands. Tears blurred his vision. The noose was placed around his neck.

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Akatot’s Story:

Her feet grew numb and sores festered on her soles. She was forced to crawl on her hands and knees. Her family, terrified that they would be affected, asked her to leave.

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Kamla’s Story:

Kamla has done nothing wrong. She is a hard-working wife and mother. But since she contracted leprosy, her friends and family have been refusing to see past her disease.

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Shefali’s Story:

“My husband was furious. He forced me to move into a separate room with my children. For days … he refused to give me any food. No one in my village would speak to me.”

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Children: By Rafael Robles [CC-BY-2.0];
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