A Chosen Destiny

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FriesenPress, Sep 1, 2012 - 152 pages
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Life is not what it seems. We should be open to all possibilities of what life could be about and what life has to offer. Edward, the main character goes through life's journey. This person is a decent, educated, family oriented, and self-driven individual. He is hard working and plays by the rules, yet life still fails him. Something else out there is affecting him and telling him to wake up to something different, something more beautiful. Life itself opens up to him because he dares to open up to the possibilities. This story blends realism, mysticism, spirituality, psychology, and science together in an intriguing and inspirational plot. Although the book is in a fictional category, it has an element of a self help/non fiction genre as well. ... Dare to be reflective about the true nature of our reality. ... Dare to realize that perhaps there is more to us than first meets the eye. ... Dare to be spiritual. ... Dare to realize that our common experience is deceptive, and allow yourself to open up to other possibilities. ... Dare to have the courage and wisdom to say on your death bed, "I have lived a full life," and not say, "What if my life has been all wrong?"
 

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Contents

The Road Trip
3
A Rough Start
11
The Waitress and the Avalanche
23
The Adult Life
29
A New Start
37
The Walk to the River
49
Our Free Will
59
The Eternal Cycle
77
A Scientific Picture
85
An Utter Disappointment
95
A Simpler Life
105
A Chilling Shock
115
The Ultimate Choice
131
Epilogue
141
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