The most recent update of my new revisions, You’re a Worthwhile Person in More Ways than a Million! A Fitting Tribute to all First Time Responders and Health care Professionals and essential workers, serving with the willingness to save lives from Global Pandemic.
The Other Notable Book Title:
A MYOPIC LIFE RESONATED FROM THE
BRINK OF THE ABYSS.
The book that is changing lives everywhere.
Simeon Johnson’s life has been transformed from a myopic life resonated to a vanguard of change life! Born in Jamaica, the youngest of thirteen children, SIMEON JOHNSON overcame much hardship. As a young child he witnessed his mother’s death; as a teenager, he endured myriad hardships and even came to the brink of suicide. Who, then would have said God blessed Simeon? Yet now he has returned to testify to the world and the testimony of the Cross. In his book A Myopic Life Resonated From the Brink of the Abyss, he describes his miraculous transformation.
The declaration of Creation begins with “In the beginning” and end with “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.”
*What this book has to offer and why everyone should read this book
*It’s inspirational contents are thought-provoking!
*It will broaden horizons and increase overall knowledge!
*It’s a therapeutic formula for the inquiring minds
*It also shows God’s sense of humor at the folly of sinful man.
We will never forget the pain & loss of past and present experiences.
In a time of depression, grief, and loss.
We give tributes to The First Responders and all essential workers for their invaluable service and tireless dedication to the public at large, saving lives and offering grief counseling to grieving families and loved ones so in need of support system...
"In Loving Memory of my Late Wife, with this love song."
You rarely have a chance to read an incomparable book. I’m not sure that it fits a genre besides the most basic descriptor of non-fiction. It is not entirely clear if the stories in this book are non-fiction or entirely a figment of the author’s imagination but they are detailed in a way that leads one to believe they are true. Either way, this is an exciting book that you will want to know more about.
You’re a Worthwhile Person in More Ways than a Million’s structure is incredibly intriguing to me because it works, and it is clear and concise, but it is not linear in any way. The author tells stories in every chapter about everyday people whose lives make a difference.At the end of the chapter, the people in the stories are also compared to others in similar fields to remind us how vital everyone is in our community. The book also celebrates black inventors, which was eye-opening. It was surprising and refreshing to learn that black scientists and inventors invented many items that we use every day. Each chapter also begins and ends with famous quotes from notable people in history.
The media today bombards the American public with images of the rich and famous—people living charmed lives and supposedly achieving great things. U.S. society worships such individuals, and countless research studies have pointed out that envy and dissatisfaction are commonplace emotions for a vast majority of people. However, in this collection, Johnson takes the time to remind readers that this is not the whole story. What the media offers is a skewed and deeply flawed picture that fails to celebrate the ordinary men and women who help make the world go round. This compilation offers up stories drawn from the lives of such common people—bus drivers, baggage handlers, hairdressers, fishmongers—as they help keep New York City ticking along. Each story is not only a deeply entertaining glimpse into a fascinating life but also a reminder that everyone is interconnected, and each life is special, important, and unique.
This book provides a journey through life and still showing up powerful. Thank you Simeon for sharing your story!
This book highlights what too often gets overlooked in society: the work that the 'little guy' does. It reminds you to give credit to people that don't receive recognition, that may be on the lower rungs. These people form the fabric of our society and our lives would be much worse, if not completely unmanageable, without their help. In sum, treat everyone with respect.
I highly recommend this book to everyone. Buy it for yourself or as a gift - you won't regret it!
I've not been a student for a very long time and read Chris Korb's book just to see how it's observations compared with my personal experience as someone who occasionally entertains residents of eldercare facilities. Everything I've seen, and been astonished by, happens over and over again as the wonder of music helps lift people out of depression, restores (at least for a while) memory and memories and brings joy to people who are often very lonely, sad and confused. I don't play guitar or piano but do sing and join with a local jazz duo to visit and entertain these beautiful elderly people. When we begin to sing they come alive! They sing along as words come back to them to songs they've got tucked away inside. Those of you who are considering making careers in music therapy will be doing terrific, meaningful work. Go for it!
I gave several copies of this book to a local teen group home. The kids really found it helpful and inspirational. One said it made her feel positive about things. Easy to pick up and start reading.
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