An Unconventional View, Book 1

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages

This book is about my many experiences as an African American male with unconventional philosophies. There are a few reasons why I decided to write this book; for one, my motivation as an African American male struggling to make a pleasant and peaceful life for myself in America is to help continue to dispel the negative stereotypes that so many people still have of people with preferences similar to mine, and to confirm some of the realities, as I know them through my personal experiences, many of which were very difficult to endure. In this book, I reveal my personal enlightenment and growth in God and my spirituality, and how I grew and evolved to a higher level of self-consciousness that has enabled me to deal with any difficulties and prejudices I may encounter. I want to encourage those who are mentally and spiritually experiencing difficulties with their inner feelings as well as with the teachings of the theologies of the many religions and philosophies existing in our world today, that doom people to Hell, philosophically and theologically, for having desires to express feelings of sexuality and love that are unconventional.

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