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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Inspirational & Religious
  • Language:English
  • Pages:168
  • eBook ISBN:9780983971825

Deep Impression

by Maxcine V. Worrell

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All poems and essays in Deep Impression rally the human spirit to overcome challenges on this journey of life. This collection of inspirational pieces encompasses 29 stories. This electrifying and motivational work derives from observations of the author’s immediate surroundings, thoughts, ideas, questions, conversations, physical and spiritual experiences, dreams, revelations and interpretations. It also gives personal accounts of other people’s stories shared with the author. These poems and essays discuss matters of daily life: The relationship between family, friends, community and society; and issues of race and color, self-esteem: emotions, anger and happiness, battles between good and evil, making choices, belief, faith, prayer and worship, mental and physical health: depression, addiction, illness, death, and dying, growth: education, career, and finance, talents: gifts, and spiritual connections. Most importantly, these poems and essays acknowledge the power and the presence of God in every facet of life.
All poems and essays in Deep Impression aspire to motivate and rejuvenate the human spirit to conquer challenges on this journey of life. These electrifying and inspirational stories and poems are derived from the author’s observations of her immediate surroundings, thoughts, ideas, questions, conversations, physical and spiritual experiences. It features stories of dreams, revelations and interpretations. It also gives personal accounts of other people’s stories shared with the author. Deep impression inspires people to think on a deeper level about faith, love, and compassion for themselves and others. The contents are: • Beneficial for personal reading; they reinforce the importance of magnanimity, self-determination and perseverance. • Excellent for educational reading; the composition sets a platform for great debates. •Encouraging for inspirational and motivational groups; they broaden the horizon of spiritual growth. This book reminds, remembers and acknowledges the power and the presence of God in every facet of our life. This book brings to the forefront that even in our imperfect state there are many blessings given to us by God. It shows how struggles are overcome and goals are achieved through faith and works. Deep Impression is an admirable read that brings forth a new insight and outlook on embracing change.
About the author
Maxcine V. Worrell, the daughter of DeLinda Daniels and LeRoy V. Worrell, was born on January 14, 1978, in Bronx, New York. She has been a Bronx resident for the past 25 years. Maxcine spent her childhood summers at her late grandmother Mattie Julius Moore-Daniels’ house in Lake City, South Carolina. There her life was cultivated, and it was there she learned the ethic of hard work, patience and dediation. Maxcine is married to a loving, supportive and dedicated husband, Reginald V. Howard, and together they have four beautiful children: Ryan, Reginald Jr., Regané, and Shannon. Maxcine centers her life around her family, writing and helping others to pursue their aspirations. She works at the New York City Department of Human Resources Administration as a Job Opportunity Specialist. For nine years, Maxcine has been assisting people with a variety of social services. With humility and words of wisdom, she has been encouraging others to face their personal obstacles with a triumphant approach. While working there, Maxcine became inspired to share with others the essays she had written for her daughter Regané. She believed that if she could help one person, then the possibility she could help many more wasn’t beyond her reach. She is enthusiastic about the book’s empowering message of hope. Maxcine always thanks God for his guidance and for sending many people who brought love and hope into her life. She faced many educational challenges growing up, but she did not let that stop her from working hard and keeping faith in her efforts. In June 1996, Maxcine graduated from the High School of Fashion Industries. She majored in visual merchandise and display. She continued her education at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In February 2001, she graduated cum laude and earned a Bachelors of Arts degree. She majored in criminology and minored in psychology and sociology. Maxcine believes her studies have helped her connect with people. She uses her skills of observation and listening along with her spirituality to bring forth life to the art of storytelling. Her journey to get to this point was long, but she made it, with a deep impression. Maxcine wrote her first story in August 2003 while on maternity leave with her firstborn, Regané. In her spare time, she wrote the essay “A Blessing in Disguise.” This story depicts a brighter side of the August 15, 2003, blackout across the New York City Tristate Area. Although a blackout usually brings about unfortunate events, people made good of it. They took the time to help others in need without regard to race, gender or social status. Maxcine believes she is a work in progress. She is always willing to learn something new. She plans to continue writing, help bridge neighborhoods into communities and pursue a master’s degree program in guidance counseling.
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