"When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat" is a triumphant journey of self-discovery that will change the very way you look at the world.

Like most of us, John was an ordinary man who calmly accepted the problems of his life and career without any real hope or insight. Then a miracle happened.

He met a strange, wise businessman named Gideon. It was a brief encounter, filled with mystery. But for John, it was the beginning of a soul-searching journey a joyous awakening of self-understanding, inner truth and the power of universal love that lives within us all.

It is a journey you can share too.

"A story as delightful and profound as the title. It's one you'll want to sit down and read in an evening, marking comments and sentences as you go." -Seattle New Times

"Brilliant...You won't finish this book unchanged." -Paul Zuromski, Founder, Body Mind and Spirit Magazine

"I started to read it one evening and I didn't put it down until the wee morning hours. It led through pains and agonies and turmoil towards the light." -Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD, author

"I have read John Harricharan's 'When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat' and am fascinated by it. I highly recommend this book as a happy and resourceful tool" -Raymond Moody,MD, author of Life After Life

"If you liked Richard Bach's 'Illusions' or Og Mandino's 'Greatest Salesman,' this book is a MUST." -American Bookdealers Exchange

"This book is a moving, uplifting story ... a metaphor for all our lives." -Susan Strasberg -- Book Review

Author's Bio: 

Outstanding businessman, lecturer and award-winning author, John Harricharan, is a unique blend of East and West--a truly multi-cultural, global personality. Yet, with his professional background, he also exhibits a rare sensitivity and charismatic delivery which have earned him well deserved respect and international acclaim.

However, he was to know failure as well as success. The events that led to both are incorporated in his lectures and are chronicled in his books, which, rather than being stories of loss and sadness are, instead, inspiring tales of courage, strength and the dignity of the human spirit.

John has shared the lecture platform with such well-known speakers as Deepak Chopra, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Og Mandino, Gerald Jampolsky, Foster Hibbard, Eric Butterworth and others.

His transformational message stems from his challenging personal growth experiences. As Harricharan says, "I know what it feels like to have my car repossessed, to watch my wife die of cancer when she was only in her thirties, to lose all earthly possessions and start again from ground zero. I also know what it feels like to write award-winning books, to be written about in others' books and to be featured in the same book with His Royal Highness, Prince Philip of Great Britain, the Dalai Lama and Sir Paul McCartney. The contrasts bring compassion and sensitivity to one's life."