Have you ever been lost, really lost?Daniel Garcia answers this question in Marines Don't Cry by telling his stories of death to life, deep sorrow to joy, darkness to life and freedom in Christ. Daniel Garcia and Jacqueline C. Garcia depict Daniel's dramatic highs and emotionally painful lows. They do not pull punches, nor do they sugar coat his experiences. Marines Don't Cry recounts his early life in Spanish Harlem, which makes his journey of walking more than 52 million steps on six continents for children and world peace such an incredible story. It conveys Daniel's conversion from drugs and the fast lane to a man consumed with knowing and serving God at all costs. Marines Don't Cry describes encounters with world figures, such as Pope John ll, U.S. presidents, kings and queens, heads of states and well-known personalities. Most of all, it is about the love of God, the transformational power of that love, and how Danny has made it his life's work to love his neighbor, to love himself, and to spread hope. Read on to discover: How do you walk around the world with no money?