The Right Course Vs. What's Left by Richard Hewitt

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WHY SHOULD ANYONE READ THIS BOOK?Will we permit ourselves to live to the fullest, or will we choose to become abbreviated human beings? It is up to us. As we as individuals go, so goes the nation.Nothing has been promised except equal opportunity for all.What is the missing ingredient that causes human beings to become abbreviated? The answer is obvious to any reasonable person. It is the lack of wisdom (wisdom is the proper use of knowledge). We have so much knowledge but so little wisdom and truth.This book will reveal the source of all wisdom, how to approach it, and drink deeply of it for a more productive and prosperous life.There is a great divide in our nation today between the haves and the have-nots. The have-nots being those without wisdom which is creating a cultural chasm. The chasm is widening and separating us from the traditions which made us a great nation. The final result has been a developing mob of streetfighters, of crudeness, crassness and cheapness.There is a better way at our fingertips, and we can have it. It is our inherent right to possess it!
 

About Richard Hewitt

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Published April 2, 2001 by iUniverse. 172 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help. Non-fiction

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