Is Not a Word Is a Person
Don’t Become One
From the Preface
“There is nothing like a small decision, even the decision you think is insignificant will amount to crucial or weighty results or consequences. There is nothing like a personal decision in a real context; even when it looks like one, all your decisions, good or bad, affect other people directly or indirectly, instantly, or progressively, sooner or later. This includes yourself, immediate family, relatives, descendants, friends, community, and the world at large– And the domino effect of your decisions is perpetual.
“Each decision you make has either physical or spiritual results or consequences.”
“You can never take your decision-making seriously until you understand your importance, I mean your purpose, and the value of your decisions. You are a puzzle in the big picture; without your input or with your wrong input, the big picture is never completed.”
“No matter who you are, what your name is, how you came into this world, and your current situation, you are so important; and so are your decisions. And if your decisions could bear a price tag, they are priceless.”
“This is what the LORD says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls. But you said, ‘We will not walk in it.” (Jeremiah 6: 16, NIV)
“If there is anything old and has not changed, is wisdom.”
``THIS BOOK IS A BLESSING...``
Don't learn lessons the hard way...
``I wish “Wisdoms” is an accepted usage in English. But unfortunately, grammar will not let us say “wisdoms” because “wisdom” is not a countable noun. That really hurts! But that is alright. We can work with its pluralized context – Just know I mean many “wisdoms”. So, may I say between us, “Ancient Wisdoms Are Not Dead?”