Breaking the Shackles of Dependant Thinking A personal journey in Discovering God and Myself

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It is the desire in a person that makes one seek the truth. And it is the silent whispers of the heart that stirs those desires to take the courageous path. Like the whispers of my heart to have my independent thinking, to examine everything. Like the yearning in me to find out why I exist and what really is the concept of God. This, led me to embark on my journey of discovery, I was ready to take on the challenge.
Like me, every one of us desires to know the answers to the meaning of their lives and beliefs. Few gather the courage to walk this road. Fear of what they might discover at the Turning Point of the road grips them, fear of losing the comfort zone they possess shatters them and fear of being alone in the end terrifies them. So they shun their desire for truth and subdue their courage for questioning and challenging.
What ‘Turning Point’ has to offer is only for those who are ready to meet their fears, take the challenge and find the answers. If our Creator is the truth, our puny challenges and questions can do no harm to its existence.
Are you ready?


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 Humera Ahsanullah – A self-made entrepreneur, active in civic politics, community work, social reforms and an author (writing is her passion). Born and raised in a highly educated family of Pakistan, immigrated to Canada in 1994, Humera is raising her family in the province of British Columbia, Canada. She is also a founding member of the non-profit foundation: IWillCare.org. She holds a Masters degree in Home Economics along with a Bachelors equivalency from the University of Toronto. Currently, she is serving as a Tribunal member for the Property Assessment Review Panel Board on a Ministerial appointment by the Province of British Columbia. She is also currently active in her real estate and Information Technology business.
Published January 16, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 290 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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