Dr Samuel Davisson has used his life experiences as a combat medic, emergency room physician and hospital chaplain to shed light upon the fears, neuroses, superstitions and social problems that surround our daily lives. This book is not a religious pamphlet that claims to have all the answers to life's questions. Instead, it is an invitation to explore our common humanity. Notes From The Eye Of The Storm also focuses on Dr Davisson's surviving a borderline psychotic mother, an initially terminal cancer diagnosis, and several attempts on his life. In addition, two chapters of the book are devoted to dismantling the ideologies behind religious extremism in all faiths. Throughout the book, the reader will find reasons to laugh. If we are going to examine the roots of our existence, we might as well have a little fun.