Dramatic personal experiences that deal with *fear *the force of words *being stuck in the past *the negative affect of making promises *the adult reality of childhood pain *forgiving one’s past *destiny and purpose, and other insights gained from lessons learned.
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PHILOSOPHY IS A FUNDAMENTAL BELIEF IN SOMETHING. The essays in “Standing In The Light of My Truth” demonstrate the author’s “fundamental belief” that the human spirit is resilient—that is, capable of withstanding whatever traumatic event that comes one’s way without any harm to one’s spirit self. The essays underscore the author’s philosophy that, because one is human and spirit, one has a natural inclination (often intense) to recover from or adjust easily to change or misfortune.