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Superhero : discovering the man that sleeps within

Author: Keith Lyvell Brooks
Publisher: [United States?] : Keith Lyvell Brooks, [2006]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Summary:
"Who really am I?" This question may be the root cause of all questions you may have asked. Questions such as: Why do I always fail? Why do I keep acting this way? How come life is a struggle for me? Why is it that I have everything and still I'm not happy? I know I need to change, but how do I do it? These questions have no racial barrier. They don't care whether you are black, white, or Hispanic. These questions  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Self-help publications
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Lyvell Brooks
ISBN: 9781602667006 1602667004
OCLC Number: 1269076576
Description: 192 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: A hero's introduction --
A place called nowhere --
You are just like your daddy --
This is who you really are --
Knowing your rights, your way to freedom --
Marked minded man, he cannot be stopped --
Hero to hero --
You are authorized to dominate --
The measure vs the tormentor --
A place of solitary --
The heroic force that never fails --
If you think that way, you will be that way --
The conclusion of a hero.
Responsibility: Keith Lyvell Brooks.

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"Who really am I?" This question may be the root cause of all questions you may have asked. Questions such as: Why do I always fail? Why do I keep acting this way? How come life is a struggle for me? Why is it that I have everything and still I'm not happy? I know I need to change, but how do I do it? These questions have no racial barrier. They don't care whether you are black, white, or Hispanic. These questions can care less if you're poor, middle-class, or rich! These questions are rooted and grounded in the hearts of men like green grass is rooted and grounded across the earth. In today's society, the masses of men are being held captive by a self-imprisonment called an "identity crisis." I've experienced the worst of both worlds, a spiritual prison within myself and a natural prison behind real bars. It wasn't until I made my mind up to simply be a free man by awakening the true man on the inside of me. How? By discovering who I really am. In this mind-renewing book, you will discover that true freedom will exist in your life when you discover who you really are. This book was written behind the dark walls of prison while sitting on an old ice cooler. For a number of months, as chapters went by, you were on my mind while writing this book of change. I must say that this book is designed for men who are tired of being tormented by living a lifestyle of not knowing who you are. Keep in mind that the key to having a fulfilled abundant life is when you discover who you really are. Then, and only then, will you stand boldly as the super hero that you were created to be. And God will say boldly "This is a man after my own heart."

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