Age of Restlessness: Early Life and Times of Robin Blessed - Part Three by Robin P. Blessed

Age of Restlessness: Early Life and Times of Robin Blessed - Part Three

byRobin P. Blessed

Kobo ebook | July 27, 2019

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The Age of Restlessness shares the author's experiences and thoughts when he was seventeen until his twenty-first year. It was a time he reached out of adolescence, a time when he would be in his own man, a time that was a springboard to adulthood. Considerations during this period – about life, its purpose, meaning, and the things that must come to pass – lent content to this book. His two years in pre-university wraps up his time in formal education that was necessary to secure a place in university if he so decided on that route; another two and a half years in National Service was a compulsory mandatory draft into the Armed Forces. That all led up to his twenty-first birthday. Coming into that age was not of any meaningful significance other than having reached the age of manhood. The significance was in his meeting with the Person of his life then, even up until this very time of writing. From then on, life saw no variable in the sense that he found this person as an anchor who was also the foundation, the bedrock from which he would direct and live his life. There was only one sure constant, one clear vision, one sure purpose, with one definite mission that was certain about how he should conduct life. The world would challenge it in the changing circumstances of life, yet nothing would change because it was perfectly constant, an immoveable Rock, one that held fast and sure in some of the most fearsome raging storms and parched lonesome deserts in the authors life.
Title:Age of Restlessness: Early Life and Times of Robin Blessed - Part ThreeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 27, 2019Publisher:Partridge Publishing SingaporeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1482892340

ISBN - 13:9781482892345

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