Serenity by E.D. Johnson
30 Days to Rebalance Mind-Body-Spirit

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When Serenity is found in the middle of war torn Afghanistan, then there is certainly hope for the rest of us. Author, E. D. Johnson discovered the key to serenity amidst people living in the bombed out streets of Afghanistan. Amidst suicide bombers and hulls of burned out military vehicles, Johnson turned to Reinhold Niebuhr's world-famous Serenity Prayer to find truly practical and soulful tranquility. This book serves as a guide to developing a life of personal peace regardless of one's swirling circumstances. Utilizing each line of the Serenity Prayer, Johnson inspires readers to embrace the practice of daily meditation and thereby achieve the Acceptance, Courage and Wisdom that lead to serene living.

About E.D. Johnson

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Mr. E.D. Johnson is a native Texan reared in Okinawa, Japan and currently resides in Houston, Texas. He has a passion for social justice advocacy and is a firm believer in self-efficacy through economic empowerment and entrepreneurship. E.D. Johnson is an innovative, energetic, and successful entrepreneur. He is co-host of 'The Edifice Project' an economic empowerment radio show designed to 'champion' the lives of women, minority and small business entrepreneurs. The Edifice Project, operated under Stratified Community Development, Inc. a federally recognized non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, airs on 90.1 Pacifica Radio. He served as Executive Director for James Prince's Prince Complex, Inc. and as a community outreach coordinator in Houston, Texas. Mr. Johnson served as an expert, special guest, and keynote speaker for Russell Simmons' Hip-Hop Summit in Miami, Florida during the Hip-Hop Source Awards and in Houston, Texas during Super Bowl XXXVIII. As a successful grant writer he has received over $1.3 million in funds and in-kind contributions for community outreach and technology. Prior to graduation he was a Fogarty International Scholar in Epidemiology, where he was a part of a research team examining the Resistant Tuberculosis Endemic in The Dominican Republic. Mr. Johnson is a polyglot with a conversational command of Spanish, French and Japanese; and master fluency in English and Spanish. Mr. Johnson, a decorated veteran served in The United States Marine Corps', 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Division and station in Camp Pendleton CA. He received numerous awards and commemorative medals including the National Defense and Marine Corps Honorable Service Commemorative Medals. Mr. Johnson is an impassioned writer and has interest and a passion for being involved in multi-cultural pursuits. Mr. Johnson is currently a proud member of The United Nation's Choir.
Published September 24, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 80 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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