Jess is part of what our society has coined, "The Greatest Generation". Born during "The Great War", Jess survived the depression only to be faced with horrors of World War II. He served with the First Infantry Division, The Big Red One and was part of the second wave landing of D-Day on Omaha Beach, June 6th, 1944. Wounded in combat during the Battle of the Siegfried Line in Germany, Jess received a Silver Star, a Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster for heroism for his actions on Omaha Beach, in addition to his Purple Heart. Jess Weiss is a true hero of his generation and one of the few left from this poignant time in history.
After his courageous service to this nation, he became the first National Service Director for the American Veterans Committee. He also has written numerous books to include:
The Vestibule - The original groundbreaking chronicle of near-death experiences. Considered one of the earliest known collections of near-death experiences that answers the age-old question, "What happens when we die?"
Overcoming The Fear of Death & Dying - A sense of life that knows no death.
A Soldier's Journey into Mysticism - A journey from sense to the soul.
Our project and foundation, The Graffiti of War, focuses on raising awareness and developing solutions to help our wounded warriors cope and heal from these silent wounds. Jess' story forges an alternative way through the jungles of our minds filled with terror, sadness, anger and survivor guilt and is why we are honored to have his book to offer our brothers and sisters-in-arms, veterans and their families. Family members and friends of our warfighters with an interest in PTSD will find this book a valuable tool in understanding the true toll of combat on our troops and their families. Warrior to Spiritual Warrior gives the reader an inside glimpse into the harsh realities of war along with a life after war look into the sufferings and revelations of what living life afflicted with PTSD is like. We encourage everyone to grab a copy of this amazing, true tale of a 20th century hero and the real-life struggles of what our warfighters endure when the guns, silent on the outside, continue to echo within.
If you would like more information or to read the reviews written about Warrior to Spiritual Warrior: The Soldier's Story, visit www.warriortospiritualwarrior.com. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about Jess Weiss or submit your questions by clicking HERE.
Thank you to all of our supporters and fans for your help and we hope this book, Warrior To Spiritual Warrior, touches your spirit and further equips you to "fight the good fight" against this silent killer, PTSD.
We few, we Band of Brothers.
For he who sheds his blood with me shall be my brother."
~ William Shakespeare
Jaeson "Doc" Parsons