Book Description: What if there actually are answers to some of the biggest questions in life? From a natural-born storyteller, Believing It All is a beautifully written book of lessons and inspiration from life's most perfect teachers: out children. Walking down their road one day, Marc Parent's son Casey spied a dead squirrel. This prompted a discussion about life and death, God and Heaven, after which Casey asked, 'We can kick it?'. There is nobody like a child to look life's greatest mysteries square in the eye, and there is no writer like Marc Parent to translate their revelations to the rest of us He tries to teach his sons how to win at his favourite board games, but learns instead the real joy of making up your own incoherent rules. He nurtures their compassion, they teach him about love and forgiveness in the face of anger. This is a book about the things we knew as children - about gratitude and playfulness, acceptance and love - but elude us as adults. Offers a reflective approach to examining one's life. Simple but not simplistic, bittersweet but not sickly. Just as Tuesdays with Morrie was an overview of life from the point of view of a professor nearing his final days, Believing It All examines life's richness from the point of view of its tiniest teachers, children.