The Mind and Body Must Make the Deal

Parables, Paradoxes, and Paradigms

by Ronald Smalls


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This book gives you a look at the past, the present and the future. It will give you methods that will help you plan the future while telling you about the past and the current events. Once you have read and understood these parables, paradoxes, and paradigms, you will have a blueprint to work with. Note, however, to feel good, be productive and move forward in life, the mind and body must make the deal – a deal that will yield utility (i.e., happiness) and a sense of self. The said deal will create a synergistic bond that will propel you to a place where dreamers dream, creators create, and all others merely conjecture. Doing all of this while heading in the direction of perfection (where time has no application) only never to arrive!

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Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 174 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Sep 13, 2022)
ISBN10: 1977257550
ISBN13: 9781977257550
Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / New Thought

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My name is Ronald Smalls. I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in December of 1957. I attended Hanna Elementary School, Shoemaker Junior High School, and Overbrook High School (Class of ’75). Tuskegee Institute (Class of ’80), Montgomery College (Class of ’84), and UMUC comprises my college years. My professional career includes Software Engineering (30 years), Owner of a Moving Company and a small store, nine years and two years, respectively, while concurrently substitute teaching in Montgomery County, Maryland (25 years). Now, I spend all of my time writing, staying fit, and enjoying life.
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