Appetizers for the Soul: Positive Thoughts to Begin and End the Day

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WestBow Press, Jul 28, 2012 - Religion - 144 pages
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Appetizers for the Soul emphasizes the necessity and advantages of common sense living in todays world. The positive phrases herein contained are intended to be a source of encouragement, challenge, and incentives to action.

Each idea presented is a practical lesson to be implemented and continually expanded in ones daily living and operation in society.

Hopefully, these sentences will stimulate your creative mind in developing your own appetizers which can become an additional source of encouragement to those you interact with.

Words fitly spoken, or recorded on paper, often contribute to the wellbeing of individuals, families, and nations. Its never by our much speaking that we shall be heard but, rather, by the salutary quality of what we seek to convey! Enjoy your appetizers, and offer them to other people!

Appetizers for the Soul deserves the full attention of many readers on account of the distilled wisdom which the author offers with each thought. Dr. Lyra is a regular columnist for the newspaper I publish, and I can testify to the manifold, enthusiastic responses his writings always elicit from the reading public. I know the same will be the case with those who shall benefit from this precious volume!
Douglas Heizer, publisher, The Boca Raton Tribune
Boca Raton, Florida

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About the author (2012)

Having studied in four continents of the world, Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. has been a close observer of people in many cultures. Through his extensive readings and travels, personal interactions around the globe, and via clear, solid thinking, this evangelical Presbyterian minister and professor offers practical insights on positive, common sense living to benefit young and old. His experiences as a foreign missionary, counselor, hospital chaplain, newspaper columnist and blog writer, add a lot to his primary roles of pastor, professor, writer, and professional speaker.

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