A Day of Life: Moments in Time

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Trafford Publishing, Dec 5, 2012 - Social Science - 148 pages
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A Day of Life: Moments in Time takes mankind as a protagonist on a daily journey through time where one human seven billion days ago counts down to day one and an environment coping with seven billion humans. The author tries to create a conscious awareness within the reader of the five life-forms and the six constantsthe imbalance of which has plagued mankind to this day. A Day of Life is meant to encourage the reader to draw his or her own conclusions regarding the life-forms and constants and to make choices as to the immanency of a possible systemic collapse from exponential expansion.

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Jerry Welch is a progressive author. A Day of Life takes the reader through “constants” of life from beginning to now. His forthcoming book, Encyclopedia of Observations: A Creed for Living, a collaborative effort with college graduates, offers readers help in contemplating their lives. His novels Corporacracy and Welcome to Reality explore the ways that leadership influences our lives.

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