Life, Be There at 10 'Til: A Collection of Homegrown Wisdoms
Be accountable. Be responsible. Be on time. Or better yet, get there at ten 'til. You'll be all the wiser. From the tobacco fields of South Carolina to the red carpet premieres of Hollywood, life's most basic lessons of love, kindness, spirituality, selflessness, compassion, acceptance and wisdom are brought to life by the unassuming, colorful, poignant and humorous stories that narrate this journey of soul searching, character development and personal growth. Within the ordinary moments of day-to-day living, R. Dean Johnson has discovered both the exceptional and the extraordinary. Within the simplicity of life's most casual moments, he has found empowering perspective. And by internalizing the lessons he's learned each and every day, Johnson offers a down-home approach to accumulating a bountiful harvest of both wisdom and insight. Most people's lives are ultimately defined by the relationships they have with other people. But an intimate relationship with life itself is proposed as the ultimate relationship worth knowing. "Life. Be There at 10 'Til. not only encourages the pursuit of this sometimes-elusive love affair, but welcomes the value gained during the courtship and dating rituals.
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