(PRWEB) September 07, 2017
Sarah M. Barnes, a licensed ordained Baptist minister and a PTCB certified Pharmacy Technician, has completed her new book “Neglected Self, Spirit of Unrest”: a timely dissertation tackling the aspects of individual uniqueness and the complexity of the human essence, leading to existential disputes each person yearns to discover.
The author reveals that learning from one’s mistakes is a crucial step to unearthing the deeper definition of one’s corporality: “Unfortunately or fortunately, for the most part, we do learn from our mistakes, or shall I say that it is possible, in truth. Of course, wisdom would be to learn from the mistakes of others. Learning is the only real fruit purposed by error or mistake. I could write volumes on what must take place before having children, and you know, it just wouldn’t stack up to what the world has already made a practice and example. People do and repeat what they are exposed to as ways of life. I am convinced that if we began to work toward correcting the errors already made, we need not repeat them. First though, we must acknowledge the error (face it) and not pretend it doesn’t exist, and stop just muddling through. It is time for some resolve!”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Sarah M. Barnes’s eye-opening account affirms that realizing one’s flaws can lead to a better bond to one’s inner self, as this brings about the acceptance of one’s place in the world, thereby guaranteeing satisfaction.
Readers who wish to experience this enlightening work can purchase “Neglected Self, Spirit of Unrest” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
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