The greatest lesson I"ve ever learned

by Bill Bright

Publisher: Here"s Life Publishers in San Bernardino, CA

Written in English
Cover of: The greatest lesson I
Published: Pages: 246 Downloads: 292
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  • United States.,
  • United States

Subjects:

  • Christian biography -- United States.,
  • Men -- United States -- Biography.,
  • Men -- Religious life.,
  • Christian life -- Anecdotes.

Edition Notes

Spine title: The greatest lesson (men).

Other titlesGreatest lesson., Greatest lesson (men)
StatementBill Bright, editor
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR1700.2 .G75 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination246 p. ;
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1538082M
ISBN 100898403324
LC Control Number91016458
OCLC/WorldCa23765788

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The best thing I ever learned came from my Aunt Bon, who acted as a second mother. She approached life with a delightful blend of eastern and western philosophies. I can still hear her voice telling me to be true to myself, with personal integrity, and that there is . The first valuable lesson I learned was when cheating on the final test caused me a lot of trouble. It started at ninth grade when high school was a totally new thing. Valuable Lessons Learned in Life our society is ever encouraged to finish high school and then take some time to decide what to do next. No "lets tour Europe for a. Here are 10 important life lessons I’ve learned from reading my past journals. 1. Things always seem way worse in the moment. As I go back over the situations I struggled through, I remember feeling really crumby, desolate even, over things that don’t seem like a big deal : Hannah Glenn.   1. Popeye He ate spinach and suddenly gathered the strength to deal with everything. But spinach was only a metaphor. We can flip our life at any moment and make ourselves bigger, better and stronger. 2. Scooby Doo Scooby always had friends.

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After my mom passed away I felt a strong urge to share her story with anyone who would listen. I even went as far as writing and publishing a book.