A young frog, Hendrix, meets his match when he attempts to rob a professor, Marshall, who talks the thug out of robbing him and into taking a quest to find three noble truths. Hendrix accepts the professor’s challenge, intrigued by the old frog’s courage and insight. But the challenge winds up taking both frogs on a wild, life-changing journey. The three noble truths not only bring hope and life to the thug, but they also remind the old frog of his real purpose. The adventures lead to changes, not just for Hendrix and Marshall, but for all the destitute frogs who live in the surrounding stagnate swamps. The thug and professor make an unlikely pair who wind up learning more from each other than either thought possible. Many of us came up with several of the same struggles. This short allegorical story is about overcoming personal and life obstacles. It is about finding our passion as we discover or re-engage with our purpose.
Dr. Cory B. Scott has had an adventurous career that has afforded him the honor of such titles as Reverend, Deputy, Executive, Director, Lieutenant, Doctor, and finally, his true passion, Professor.
But those titles were just masks; his official titles are, Daddy, Husband, Brother, Friend, Uncle, Mentor, and finally, in 2019, he was awarded his true love, Grandpa.
Cory has survived some devastating tragic events and personal failures in his life. These experiences have given him deep insight and a desire to help others overcome personal obstacles and transform their tragedies into sacred gurus who teach and strengthen.
Cory weaves original artwork, poetry, and short stories in an incredible memoir titled, "Gods in the Garden." This book captures the essence of a survivor's journey through abuse, pain, loss, betrayal, and enlightenment.