SHOULDS! DON'T COUNT

Life in a Nutshell, Positive Choice vs. Negative Choice, and a Year without a Should

by D. C. Williams


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/23/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 126
ISBN : 9781452521602
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 126
ISBN : 9781452521626
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Page Count : 126
ISBN : 9781452521619

About the Book

This twenty-eight year journey toward clarity and integrity has, in a nutshell, exposed simple windows of human choice. From choice comes humanity or the lack thereof. God provided the planet, and he often reminds us that we are mere tenants. We, as the evolved human occupants, create the culture through free will. I believe that, over the past twenty-eight years, our choices have been more clearly exposed and defined than ever before. The communication age has given us a real-time, up-front view to clearly experience each lesson. If clarity is what you seek, the windows presented here will be of great value.

Periodically, we are ushered back to the basics, when a reset of our human barometer, which measures our collective value to our planet and ourselves, is needed. We must not lose our true spiritual and compassionate humanity to the negative, debilitating acts of some. “Think, and ‘should’ no more” is the ultimate theme throughout this journey.

Finding a path which allows us to “Step Out Of The Shoulds” is, in itself, worthy of the journey.

Our lives begin with “had to breathe” and end with “had to stop breathing.” Had, have, and should are the metaphoric brick and mortar of our physical lives, between our first and last breath. As I have progressed in life, it became an apparent fact that “shoulds don’t count.”


About the Author

D. C. Williams is a sixty-plus-year-old mother of one. After seventeen years of learning from the physically challenged in California and Hawaii, a Major Disaster in 1986 sparked her writing. Since being a medical corporate liaison, banking manager, and realtor, cumulative lessons have become clear to her.