My book "A Child Lost in Flight" is available FREE on Amazon.com this weekend. You may either download and read on Kindle or iPad ro even read it on a computer using Amazon's cloud
I am hoping my experience inspires you.
More about the book:
A Child Lost in Flight is a first person account of a father coming to grips with the sudden death of his child on an international flight. The story is…Continue
Added by Mohan on August 31, 2012 at 9:43am — No Comments
Some people call it rest, some call it taking a five or ten, some even call it taking a nap, but when the rubber hits the road it’s really a quiet moment with you. Such a moment allows your body to get some comfort time.
Okay, you say it was God who blessed you with the working ability, but your struggle is taking a moment for you. If that’s the case with you, here are some helpful hints.
1: Never let someone else be the one to say when for…Continue
Added by Carl Mathis on May 25, 2011 at 8:54pm — No Comments
Start believing in your heart that you’re equipped to live a quality life. When you love yourself and demonstrate that love, your expressions have an impact more than you can imagine. You will help yourself grow. At times you will swing from tender to fiery. You will enrich your life too. You will stand taller and noble. You will be more focus and less hesitant. You will have a cause to live for, to fight for and to die for. You will feel a sense of purpose, of making a different and of…Continue
Added by Carl Mathis on May 20, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
I think that this day and age calls for lifestyles that are busy, fast-paced and absolutely hectic. As a result, there seems to be not enough quality time being spent. For example, most people wake up; grab a cup of coffee on your way out the door. You might sit down and have something only it you have children or a spouse, but nine out of ten times so probably don’t finish your breakfast.
You then get on the freeway rushing trying to bet the traffic, it you get traffic then…Continue
Added by Carl Mathis on May 19, 2011 at 6:51am — No Comments