Nigeria (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
Life is definitely not a destination but a journey, and in this journey called life, we are bound to meet a lot of challenges. These challenges are innumerable but they can be classified under people, places and events.
Dynamics of Life written by Patricia Tuaweri looks at some real people with lots of talent and intelligence, from good backgrounds that went through challenges and stopped moving. Some of these people gave in, while others forged ahead and went through with their lives.
In this book, readers will unravel some factors that can bring a destiny to a halt and factors that can possibly help to achieve one’s destiny through interplay of people from the Bible and those of the modern times, as well as the places and events these life challenges happened.
Some people may allow events or things to get at them which in turn make them lose their self confidence.
Dynamics of Life simply reminds readers that everything and anything in life is achievable if one lets go of the past, if one has self confidence in oneself and if one learns to move on.
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About the Author
Patricia Tuaweri is an author, teacher, counselor and conference speaker with passion for issues of life that tend to stop people from achieving their purpose in life. Patricia is happily married to Ebiye Philip Tuaweri and they are blessed with four children. She holds a Masters degree in international relations and diplomacy.
DYNAMICS OF LIFE * by Patricia Tuaweri
Interplay of people, places and events
Publication Date: August 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 76 pages; 978-1-4797-0011-0
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