THOUGHT IS BOSS, Reclaim Your Life
You have the divine right to choose for yourself how to live your life. If anyone is keeping you from accomplishing your goals and living your dreams, you must recognize them immediately and do everything in your power to handle that person or consider removing them from your life. You alone can and should be responsible for your life—not somebody or something else. Much too much focus is spent on the negative aspects of life and very little on the many positive things. Simply put, if you think things are miserable, sure enough, they will be. If you regard the negative as not so important and seek to find the positive, you’ll discover life is not so bad—in fact, it’s pretty good—and you can make it even better if you try.
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THOUGHT IS BOSS, Reclaim Your Life provides 350 suggestions to help you improve your physical, mental and spiritual life in simple, practical and easy to do ways.
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PAST IS PROLOGUE
PAST IS PROLOGUE is a novel that chronicles the adventures of eight ethnically and politically diverse baby boomers as they struggle to come of age in 1969; among the most turbulent and transitional years in American history. Young people were determined to rupture the status quo and create a new life for themselves in stark contrast to, and in opposition of their parents. The principle characters are introduced separately and one-by-one meet and interact against the backdrop of mankind landing on the moon, the Stonewall Inn riots that gave birth to the LGBTQ movement, the Woodstock music festival, and unescorted women being kicked out of The Plaza Hotel in NYC. Late in the year, they all gather for the National Championship college football game during which a student uprising led by the principle characters brings about historic and permanent change.