A must-read for anyone who wants to look at their life with renewed vision and sense of purpose.
SIMPSONVILLE, S.C. (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Many people think of death as something unpleasant, a taboo subject too morbid to be discussed openly, but is death really something to be feared? Author Joseph Yurkin, Sr. begs to differ and in his new book, “Purpose-Driven Death,” he talks about what it means to live a life as an efficient cause, fullness and free from regret and fear.
Throughout his work, Yurkin underscores the need for people to put their lives in perspective and to realize that death is an inevitable reality. Death must not be feared but in order to overcome the fear of it, one must commit to spiritual laws. He also urges readers to discover their purpose and use it as the battle cry of their life’s cause.
“Today, people meander through life with no direction or purpose for the end,” Yurkin says. “Once you live as an efficient cause, you establish peace within your heart and soul without any regrets… looking backward and forward. Live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart.”
Empowering and filled with practical insight, “Purpose-Driven Death” is a must-read for anyone who wants to look at their life with renewed vision and sense of purpose.
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About the Author
Joseph Yurkin, Sr. was born in Croatia and served in the US Navy, after which he continued his education in electrical engineering, physics, philosophy and theology. He retired from Dell Inc. and earlier from IBM, where he was recognized for management excellence. In his earlier years, Yurkin was devoted to coaching youth football and now to giving motivational seminars to businesses and institutions.
Purpose-Driven Death * by Joseph Yurkin, Sr.
Publication Date: 6/26/2014
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