Life Choices: Putting the Pieces Together
by Judi Moreo, Lynette Chappell, Bea Goodwin, L. Eric Culverson, Mike Levin, Gregory Lay, Joy Huntsman, Darlene, Mahon, Ann Parenti, Jasmine Freeman, Joan Peck, Ginette Osier Bedsaul, Charlotte Foust, Lori La Bey, Peggy Vasquez, Vickie Lane, Andrea Chestnut, Kathy Jo Pollack, Ann Dreyer, Cindy Hallam, Derick Poremba-Brumer, April Aimee Adams, Deborah Clark, Myriam Lazo, Becky Buckley, Jo A. Wilkins
If life didn't challenge us, how could we know how strong we are? How would we learn who we are capable of becoming. This book is a compilation of inspiring short stories in which real people share how they put together the pieces of their life puzzles and learned from their experiences rather than being hindered by them. These authors hope that by sharing their stories, you will realize no matter how many pieces your life is in or what they look like, you can fit them together into a picture of wholeness and success. Everything in our lives exists because we made a choice about something. Our choices can either be exactly right for us or very, very wrong. They can help us accomplish our goals or keep us from them, If we choose poorly, we might find ourselves in situations that force us to make even harder choices. We don't intentionallly make bad choices. We do the best we can. Much of the time we are not even aware we are making choices as they are often shaped by our culture and upbringing. Choices can be so intricately linked to ur routine behaviors and habits, they seem beyond our control. Are you doing things that you didn't consciously choose to do, yet continue to do on a regular basis? If so, are these behaviors and habits suppporting your goals or taking away from them?
- Turning Point International, January 2001
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