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This book was written for people of all ages, but the people I want to try to relate to is the younger crowd between teenagers to the early twenties. All I am doing is taking thoughts and questions and trying to take them to a deeper level. Relating to people and trying to help them is a big part of me, helping people out and trying to give them advise is the best feeling in the world. If I can make others feel better; I feel as if it'll make me feel better about myself as a person. This book can be confusing at some points, but I wasn't trying to make the book readable in one night. It's to be thought about more than you normally would . People take/think things only to a certain point where a quick/simple answer is available. What I realized is if you take situations and think about them in a deeper prospective you tend to think about it as if you were someone else, or the other person/people that might have been involved. Then you can realize what others get from what happened, even to see/think what people that could've being going through the same issues might be feeling right at the very moment. It wasn't intend to be taken in one way, it was created to be taken in a way that if something in the book can catch someone's attention enough where they might've gone through/thought that same thing, For them to feel as if someone might understand them. Now of days everyone feels as if no one understands them for who they are, but in reality we all are just to scared to actually come out and seek those who do.
  • ISBN13: 9781434373137
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2008
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00160
Publication DateMarch 23, 2008
Publisher ImprintAuthorhouse

Unspoken Words, Mind of a Man, Body of a Boy

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