• Frank M. Fanella is an attorney and advisor living in the western suburbs of Chicago. He is the father of three children and the grandfather of two. A Roman Catholic with a strong faith and the product of a well-rounded education, he has always had an abiding interest in philosophy and spirituality, coupled with an affinity for mystery and the big, essential questions of life. He possesses a deep desire to understand the core universal humanity we all share. 

    In his new book, If Only I were God,  he shares his insights and answers to the question at the heart of the human condition: Why do we suffer so much? His long journey through this difficult terrain offers new insight on a very old problem. The reader is challenged not only to understand the meaning of suffering, but to extract the greatest value from life.