For years, Tad Corbet has written verses, sayings, and odes about life based on his work, first as a minister, then as a clinical psychologist “with the people [he] met along life’s way, whose painful emotional experiences and/or whose fun times elicited most of the responses in this book.”
“The only reason most moments in life are not among the best is because of ourselves.”
“I was young and had some dreams. ‘Too ideal,’ many said. And I had a tendency and a temptation to let them go but never did. If I had, I may have died and never lived the life that is truly me. So if you seem to have lost your way, look backward and rediscover the ideals of your youth.”
These two verses reflect central themes of A New Light Shines: self-acceptance and self-reliance.
“If you like the book, tell your friends. If you don’t, refer it to your enemies.”