Author Reynold Ruslan Feldman is pleased to announce the promotion of his self-help book, Wisdom for Living: Learning To Follow Your Inner Guidance. The book was release by O-Books and John Hunt Publishing.
WISDOM FOR LIVING is an invaluable resource and guide for strengthening, developing, and accessing your own inherent wisdom nature. Each of us comes hard-wired with the equipment needed to navigate the rough waters of life. This equipment is our intuition or gut feelings, available to all. Yet like the GPS in a car or phone, we need to learn to access, use, and trust it. These short essays suggest how you can find wisdom in a variety of people, places, and things. You are encouraged to keep a wisdom journal (WJ) in which you respond to a motivating question at the end of each essay. In this way, you will create a personal handbook for guiding your life while using your inner guidance to deal with challenges.
Wisdom for Living: Learning To Follow Your Inner Guidance is available for purchase in print and eBook formats.
Wisdom for Living: Learning To Follow Your Inner Guidance
By Sharon Clark & Reynold Ruslan Feldman
Publisher : O-Books
Genre: Self-Help; Mind, Body, & Spirit
Barnes & Noble
Indie Bound Books
Friday, July 26th, 2019. At T minus 10 hours, my wife and I are already racing around to get supplies for the evening’s blast-off: wine, red and white; reusable plastic wine glasses; napkins, all in town; then cheese, mixed nuts, and crackers, all from the closest Costco in nearby Superior. Then to the church’s parish hall, our launch-site venue, to leave the food in the fridge and set up the tables, chairs, and lectern. Back home. Shower and change. Leave at 6 pm, T minus one hour, to get to the site 50 minutes ahead to make sure everything is in order and to greet the 40 people who eventually show up.
The journey of a thousand li begins with a single step. (Chinese saying)
It was a ten-minute interview on local community radio: KGNU to be precise. The actual interview took double that time, but Maeve C., the lovely interviewer from Dublin, Ireland, did a good job afterwards of whittling my remarks down to the allotted ten minutes. Plus, we shot the breeze for another half hour on finishing up. Such are the temptations of wisdom.