The Silent Division To Concur by ERICA LEV

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Discovering who you are may be found inside yourself by this lessons enhancements. Indirectness is this books greatest directness. To provide an overload of information to the plot would prevent you from having a spontaneous thought all your own. The typical of stereo type’s predictable is nonexistent to this Silent Divisions ownership. What can be said, is that God speaks in ALL ways, forms and languages. Every page speaks a truth that many of us try to prevent from concurring. Starving corruption by feeding its ignorance knowledge plays the writings part. Learning how to not ignore yourself for falseness is key to becoming your own leverage. Accountability breaths the trumpeting to these engraving pages. Climbing the ladder has its risks. Getting to the top finds four elements of our likeness’ final truth. Simplicity with complexity is the healthiest mix of respect to everyone as an equal, thus is proven by what life has presented. Condensed words keep your interest while embedding the poetry to your caring ability.
 

About ERICA LEV

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How many people do you know that write God’s Words phenomenally first and study secondly? Erica Lev has done just that. Self doubt was diminished with every word realised as a fitting piece to this book of knowledge. One of her greatest beliefs is to not assume anything outside of an educated guess. “Ignorance is a self inflicted crime, at which more often than not, we dare point the finger at an innocent bystander through denial, as was done to Jesus.” A complex woman she is in deed. However, her mind frame is formed by something no one can explain within our limits. One could say she has a gift from God. Primitive Assumptions could also say evil fuels her motives. While, an open mind would view such perceptions as a pursued override. Full acknowledgment is within Erica to owe no one expiation for hostilities’ alliances. Living by no one’s standard but that of her own wills her to make truths sewn by silences’ ALL. The only title she holds to herself is kept within that no one will ever remake or take, for she knows the mind is the divine intervening to foreseeing existence’s depleting.  
 
Published March 1, 2006 by Authorhouse. 149 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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