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 Posted: Mon Nov 7th, 2011 07:59 pm
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Joe Kelley
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Hi I'm Joe and I've nearly died so many times it would take a library of books to describe each one, but that is just a fact, and that fact works on me in such a way as to force me to write this book. There are only so many moments in each life time to accomplish all the things that we are driven to work on, one thing at a time, and then it is over, end of that story. While I walk the Earth I learn from other people and now it is my turn to pass on those  examples of learning unique to me, to add to the list of things to do, in case my experiences help.

I am not dead yet, so pull  up a chair and take a bumpy ride through the life of another,  a guy named Joe, who learned a few things about living on Earth. The experience of reading this book intends to arm the reader with a more accurate perception of all those confusing things that will be bumps in your road, and where you will find moments of extreme pressure, not knowing the right thing to do, to save yourself, or even worse, to save someone you love, and at that dire moment you may, if my goal is reached, chose the right direction despite all the powers  of  deception that intend to make you fail to do the right thing.

My experiences have been extremely beneficial because I have had the fortune to know about the experiences of other people, where their experiences were passed onto me, and this is the nature of this book, the nature of this goal, and if the goal is reached, at a specific time, in a specific place, the reader will know better, without confusion.

The idea, being passed onto you, is an understanding of the nature of power, what power is, what power does, the benefits, and the costs, and this is so elementary, so simple, once understood, that the reader may look back after reading the book, and then reflect upon the condition of powerlessness, in the past tense, and think ahead to a very powerful future.


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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2012 11:20 pm
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Hi, I'm Joe, and I've nearly died so many times it would take a library of books to describe each one; but that is just a fact, and that fact works on me in such a way as to force me to write this book. There are only so many moments in each lifetime to accomplish all the things that we are driven to work on - one thing at a time - and then it is over. End of that story. While I walk the Earth I learn from other people. Now it is my turn to pass on those examples of learning unique to me, to add to the list of things to do, in case my experiences help.

I am not dead yet, so pull up a chair and take a bumpy ride through the life of another: A guy named Joe who learned a few things about living on Earth. The experience of reading this book intends to arm the reader with a more accurate perception of all those confusing things that will be bumps in your road. Where you will find moments of extreme pressure not knowing the right thing to do to save yourself, or even worse, to save someone you love, and at that dire moment you may, if my goal is reached, choose the right direction despite all the powers of deception that intend to make you fail to do the right thing.

My experiences have been extremely beneficial because I have had the fortune to know about the experiences of other people. Their experiences were passed onto me, and this is the nature of this book, the nature of this goal, and if the goal is reached, at a specific time, in a specific place, the reader will know better, without confusion.

The idea being passed onto you is an understanding of the nature of power: what power is, what power does, its benefits, and the costs. This is so elementary, so simple, that once understood, the reader may look back after reading this book, and then reflect upon the condition of powerlessness in the past tense, and think ahead to a very powerful future.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 17th, 2012 10:49 am
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Much better, thanks.


 

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 Posted: Sat Nov 17th, 2012 12:52 pm
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You're welcome

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