Wee Wisdom

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Author House, Jul 2, 2012 - Fiction - 60 pages
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I wrote these quotes to remind my sons of all the things I tried to instill in their hearts while growing up. In "training them up in the way they should go" I wanted them to know that wisdom is more important than material things. With outside forces being so strong, it is critical to strengthen our children "inside". The title of the book says it all because the content is a little that shares a lot. It is also simple enough for all to understand and broad enough to cover a lot of life lessons for ages 0 through 100 years of age. Hopefully my sons have absorbed the wisdom that I have shared the same way I sponged in what my parents shared with me. I also hope that everyone that reads this book can relate to some of the things presented, will enjoy the wit and wisdom, and find something useful for their lives.
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
4
Section 3
6
Section 4
9
Section 5
14
Section 6
18
Section 7
23
Section 8
49
Section 9
50
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About the author (2012)

Terri L. Strong is a 50 year old lifelong native Memphian and the youngest of 10 children born to Mr. and Mrs. James Strong. A divorced mother of two sons, Andre and Cameron, Terri graduated from Memphis State University in 1989 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and will graduate in 2012 with a Masters of Divinity. She is a twenty year veteran with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Offi ce where she has served as an offi cer, supervisor and instructor in the Jail Division and as a Detective in the Internal Affairs Offi ce. Ms. Strong is the founder of Basic Intervention for New Direction, a non-profi t organization which provides a social educational program for youth and parents. She is also a past board member of the Neighborhoods USA Organization (NUSA), a national grass roots organization established to help build better communities. Most of all, she is a born-again believer in Jesus Christ and is currently an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Her home church is Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church in Memphis, Tennessee.

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