Government of The One: How Your Can Change the World by Mary Lee Durham

Government of The One: How Your Can Change the World

byMary Lee Durham

Kobo ebook | August 3, 2013

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Have you ever wanted to change the world? You hold the power to do just that, but you must discover the keys that open the doors. Enter the real world where you don't have to fantasize to become a hero—you only need to unlock the power within to fulfill your own destiny. Through Government of the One, you can understand how to take control of your thoughts and actions. Then you will have confidence to change not only yourself, but influence others around you. The rippling effects will help to bring change to the family, the community, the state, the nation, and even the world. The cover graphics are symbols of personal characteristics. The constitution symbolizes a government of individual rights and responsibilities. The quill pointing to We the People emphasizes that any government is composed of the collective One. Therefore, government must always start with the One. The cherry wood table is light in color when harvested, but will darken into a richer color as it ages. It easily absorbs other stains and is a medium- hard wood which makes it strong, yet pliable. It is symbolic of our journey through life and the transformation which takes place over the years. We absorb different philosophies as we develop and that colors or influences our lives. We learn to be strong, but flexible when change is needed. The gavel represents justice that must exist for individual or national government to thrive. The antique inkwell is a symbol of time-tested standards which hold true in any age. The gold letters of the title reflect the fire within that drives us to accomplish our goals.
Title:Government of The One: How Your Can Change the WorldFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 3, 2013Publisher:Publication ConsultantsLanguage:English

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