FAKE people are as dangerous as rattle snakes. Their faces are covered with the widest smiles, but inwardly they detest you. Hypocrisy is shamelessly practiced by them on so many levels. What they cannot fathom though is that those with discernment can see right through them.
Being human, we tend to want to “rush” success. But success cannot be rushed – it’s a process.
Featured today on Susan Leigh Noble’s blog. Thank you so much, Susan. 😊
Today I welcome Tanya R. Taylor to my blog. Her latest book, The Contract: Murder in the Bahamas, is the fifth in her The Cornelius Saga and was released earlier this month.
Daniel J. Smith, a forty-eight-year-old colored man, sat alone in the diner across the street from Tinnedale Hospital. He was of medium height and build, which edged closer to the broader side of the scale, but handsome, nonetheless, by many accounts. The clear eye-glasses sat comfortably on the bridge of his nose as he perused the morning newspaper.
Glancing above the daily, he observed a man in a long, white coat a few tables away and a woman wearing a dark blue outfit with high-heeled shoes to match. A younger man sat a couple of tables down. He appeared to be just staring into space as he sipped his hot chocolate, the steam of which steadily…
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“It’s always nice to have good friends who can cheer you up … and calm you down.” – Fay Knowles
Many “well-to-do” and “have-it-all-together” people have had depressing thoughts and suicidal tendencies — not knowing who to turn to or confide in. They believe an outward show of success will solve their problems and subdue their inner demons, but “achieving it all” and “having it all” fail to erase that nagging emotional pain. Daniel J. Smith tried a few times to end his life, but failed, and finally he thought “Maybe there’s a reason I’m still here”. Read his troubling story in book 5 of the Cornelius Saga Series released today on Amazon as an ebook and in paperback at major online retailers.
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Love is the key. A heart devoid of genuine love is a life that’s unfulfilled.