Soul Food: Stories to Keep You Mentally Strong, Emotionally Awake, & Ethically Straight

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Sep 4, 2012 - Self-Help - 264 pages
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Since the beginning, stories have been the primary tool used to pass down valuable lessons learned by the generations before us. These lessons help to guide us through challenges faced today. New York Times bestselling author Dan Clark has masterfully combined many of these life lessons into the pages of Soul Food: Stories to Keep You Mentally Strong, Emotionally Awake, and Ethically Straight.            

When asked if the stories are true, Clark writes, 'Yes. They are true to principles, they are true to heart, they are true to the soul.' Each one is written with a purpose—a lesson for those who are seeking to grow from their experiences, rather than falter through their pain. Soul Food fills readers with a steady diet of love, support, concern, and counsel. In this wonderfully crafted book, Clark touches upon the importance of understanding, self-worth, service, perspective, communication, commitment, and love, just to name a few.            

Whether through learning about a little girl who arrives home late from school because she stayed behind to help a friend cry, or an eighty-seven-year-old college student named Rose, each story will elicit a pause—a brief moment to reflect and to personalize the message conveyed. These stories will captivate readers' hearts and nourish their souls.

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About the author (2012)

Dan Clark is one of today's most popular speakers. As a member of the National Speakers Association, Dan has received the NSA's highest designation: Certified Speaking Professional (CSA). Dan has been electrifying audiences in all 50 of the United States and 14 other countries since 1982. Dan is a successful businessman, actor, song writer/recording artist and award-winning athlete who overcame a crippling injury that prematurely ended his football career. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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