Journey of Transiton, Volume 3

Front Cover, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 350 pages
The third of five Volumes that span 41 years and contain approximately 3600 writings combined into five volumes. This Volume is a compilation of 5 original booklets, The Well-2001, Becoming-2002, Earthing-1997, Vision-1997 and Jewels-1997.
They are thought-provoking, inspirational, amusing and nurturing, and embrace art, prose, poems and vignettes.

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Alton Sears is the author of "A Journey Of Transition" 5 Volume Set Embraces Art, Prose, Poems And Vignettes. The Work Spans 41 Years and Contains Approximately 3600 Writings That are Thought-Provoking, Inspirational, Amusing and Nurturing. Alton Sears was born and raised in New Orleans. He had very little education and was, for all intents and purposes, illiterate. He joined the service and subsequently became addicted to heroin and alcohol. At 35, and after embracing recovery, he was given the opportunity to further his education thereby allowing him to pursue his passion of writing. Additionally, he became a Certified Addictions Counselor and worked for the United States Navy until his retirement in 1997. As a result of this vocation, he also wrote and self-published a pamphlet entitled "Second Stage Recovery", formerly "Victim Survivors", dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He resides in San Marcos, California. Examples: Truth is the bridge we walk on to get to the other side of pain ~ Vol. 1, Altonisms A way to measure honesty is to remember that one never questions the truth but only doubts the questionable ~ Vol. 1, Something of Feeling Everyone is a stranger. The stranger they are, the more you get to learn ~ Vol. 2, Essence of Love Your look touched the passion in my heart and the youth in my eyes ~ Vol. 2, Wonderland If you have everything you need, more can be a problem ~ Vol. 3, Jewels No matter how fast you pedal, a minute still has sixty seconds ~ Vol. 4, Keys Greed is the prime example of insecurity ~ Vol. 5, Together Finding God is like trying to find the yolk in scrambled eggs ~ Vol. 1, Altonisms "In Whatever Volume Is Opened, Readers Are Sure To Find A Moment Of Peace" ~ Alton Sears

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