Blown Away: From Drug Dealer to Life Bringer: Foreword by HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES
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This grossly oversimplified understanding has created many complexities in our lives and taken away from us the very fundamentals of the joy of living. Along the way, they’ll unlock wisdom for those of us navigating our own coupledoms, and for those still seeking their perfect match. JEREMY VINE, BROADCASTER AND JOURNALIST An autobiography that is fast-paced, stirring and a powerful testament to the love of God, Blown Away tells the story of Pastor Mick Fleming. Best-selling author Mark Manson brings his signature no-nonsense wisdom back to the subject he started his career covering: relationships.
The autobiography, whose foreword was written by William, the Prince of Wales, explores how he led a life of crime and addiction before having a religious experience changed his life. Pastor Mick's story will move and inspire you on your own faith journey, and offer hope to those struggling with addiction, grief and suffering. Laying bare his struggles in full for the first time, including a failed attempt at suicide, Pastor Mick relates how sharing his pain has helped others who are suffering.More importantly it also shows that God is still in the business of redeeming people’s lives even when there seems no hope. Michael Pollan, known for his best-selling nonfiction audio, including The Omnivores Dilemma and How to Change Your Mind, conceived and wrote Caffeine: How Caffeine Created the Modern World as an Audible Original. Listen in as she takes six different people on a career change journey to help them figure out what work they would really love to do and create a plan of how to make that career change happen.
Imagine having three life-coaches who had been through the toughest mental and physical challenges; a crack team of problem-solvers who knew in their day job that one mistake could be the difference between life - and death. Perhaps a more formal style might have enabled some better reflections; for the book conceals as much as it reveals.
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