- Author:James E. Puckett
- Publisher:Infinity Publishing (October 8, 2010)
- Pages:112 pages
- Subcategory:Christian Living
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ISBN13:9780741426109. Release Date:June 2005.
Abstract: The world we live in today can be very demanding. Do this, and do that. It would be easy for one to just throw up his hands and say, That is all I can take, from here on out it is all about me. Every time we turn around life is asking something of us. If we are not careful we will live our lives with only one purpose in mind, that is, to meet the demands that selfishness can produce
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Everyone is selfish no matter what. This is because selflessness isn’t even possible. One always acts in his self-interest unless some external uncontrollable forces take over. Even amid those circumstances, he'll choose the best possible solution. BECAUSE he's selfish! Even when a person sacrifices, he's being selfish. Selflessness is a redundant word.
A World War Two veteran who wrote poetry during lulls in fighting on the front line has secured a publishing deal at. .
A World War Two veteran who wrote poetry during lulls in fighting on the front line has secured a publishing deal at the age of 91. Dennis Wilson scribbled verse in his official Field Service Pocket Book as he sheltered in slit trenches during the 1944 D-Day landings. The 22-year-old soldier wrote about the horror of war and the life-changing injuries he sustained during enemy action in Normandy. Dennis Wilson has had his poems published 68 years after he wrote them on the battlefields of Normandy.
One’s Self I Sing is a poem by Walt Whitman, published in 1867 as the first poem for the final phase of Leaves of Grass. Although the general attitude towards the poem was not favorable, in July 1855 Whitman received the famous letter from Ralph Waldo Emerson in appreciation of his words of strength, freedom, and power, as well as, meets the demand I am always making of what seemed the sterile and stingy Nature.