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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Pages:170
  • eBook ISBN:9781618423986

Without The Storms

Who Would I Be

by Deborah D Motley and Owen R Doss

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Overview
There is in our world always a time of trouble and these times can be trivial problems or major storms. We each have our own set of circumstances and often it is difficult to have hope when these problems beset us. This book is written with the purpose of showing the reader there is always hope and how the storms we face in our lives make us the people we are. No storm is too big and no person is immune but with a little faith and perseverance we become stronger and there is always a rainbow which would not be possible "Without the Storm".
Description
Many times in our lives we go through major difficulties that we may or may not bring on ourselves but either way it requires a strength that may leave us questioning the importance and purpose of our very existence. Many of these problems are easily dealt with while others may seem insurmountable. However, if we look back at some of the most challenging times, we realize that in fact, weathering these storms has made us a better, stronger, more compassionate person than we were before. They also prove to show us just what we're made of and how very resilient we can be when necessary. There are examples of such storms within the cover of this book and how the people weathering them were able to come through not only with their "selves" intact but maybe even better for their efforts.
About the author
Deborah Motley has been fascinated with reading since childhood and has always dreamed of becoming a writer. This dream was put on hold due to life's circumstances but has now become a reality. "Without the Storms" is her second book following the release of "Let Me Be Me". Deborah lives in Danville, VA with her husband Walter and is the caregiver for her grandmother who suffers from Alzheimer Disease. She has 4 children and 5 grandchildren.
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