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In the beginning, this book was about some of the things I had experienced in my life, relationship issues, and that sort of stuff. I procrastinated over time, possibly, divinely, and inadvertently. Anyway, as I matured over the years, after receiving the inspiration for the title, things happened. I changed. My thinking was naturally transformed. It was not changed overnight; I began to notice how the years and the experiences I lived through had now come together. I began to be more philosophical and less tangible-minded. I now sought to understand more about the spiritual aspects of life and how I could extract lessons learned in order to become a better human being. I began to realize that life was more than just the things I could see or feel; it was more dependent on the wisdom I had acquired and the choices I had made. The major determining factor was choices and, most of the time, how the choices that were made a long time ago, were currently affecting my life. Later, I began to be more inquisitive about life and its driving forces. One of the main forces I recognized had to do with matters concerning information that was imparted to me by my grandmother and my personal belief in God. I became more interested and involved in the powerful, intangible aspects of life. I have had several awakenings and sometimes supernatural experiences with God. I would later realize that God was more than some symbolic gesture or reference, or a presence that is much more than the ordinary “pomp and circumstance” entity people gave their time to on Sunday mornings. I recognized that God was and is real.

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