The Journey We Call Mortality

The Journey We Call Mortality

by Paul Demetter


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Life's journey has no end with what we leave behind.

Life’s journey is replete with twists and turns, starts and stops, hills and vales, and no two journeys are identical. This is a journey that no one knows how or when it will end, and yet, our choices along the way, help determine the destination. At the inception of our birth, we are totally dependent on a caregiver for all of our needs. Slowly, along the way, we develop independency, only to find, in many cases, years later, the dependency returns. This book is designed to take the reader through the various stages of life and experiences gained along the way. Woven into the tapestry of life, are the various lessons and hurdles that we face. It is written to be introspective and provides religious connotation throughout, as well as enlightenment from others who have completed their personal trials. It is intended to be a message of faith and hope espousing Christian beliefs. Regardless of the clouds before us, the sun will always appear. Each of us is the author of our own story of life.

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Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Dust-Jacketed Hardback, 624 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jun 30, 2020)
ISBN10: 1977226582
ISBN13: 9781977226587
Genre: SELF-HELP / Spiritual

Author Information...

Paul DemetterPaul Demetter holds a master’s degree from Central Michigan University with a concentration in Human Resources, and a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University with a major in Business Management. He has served as Human Resources professional with multiple companies and a board of directors member. In addition, he has taught religion courses to young adults for over twenty years. Paul lives with his wife, Gena, in Mooresville, NC. They are the parents of four children. His next book, “The Road to Uelzen”, a historical fiction work, will be released in 2021.
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