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A true life story about the publisher of ASA Publishing Company who struggled within himself, began a heartfelt journey to succeed from living in a cardboard box on skidrow after mysteriously giving up his airline career by walking off the flightline at Continental Airlines and crash landing on 5th & Crocker in Downtown Los Angeles California, sleeping on the sidewalks by the Fred Jordan Mission. There he was stranded, mentally addicted, and lost for almost six years. The testimony of his former life will ...
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Overview

A true life story about the publisher of ASA Publishing Company who struggled within himself, began a heartfelt journey to succeed from living in a cardboard box on skidrow after mysteriously giving up his airline career by walking off the flightline at Continental Airlines and crash landing on 5th & Crocker in Downtown Los Angeles California, sleeping on the sidewalks by the Fred Jordan Mission. There he was stranded, mentally addicted, and lost for almost six years. The testimony of his former life will open up our hearts towards those that are still caught between the dark walls of society, where there are men, women, children, and even families that are currently going through this type of addictive entrapment. This book also demonstrates the negative impact that booze and drugs has caused. His God-inspired self motivational book that he travels across the globe performing seminars, is called "Learn the Ability of Coherent Consciousness," which simply means-being able to place together a positive thought process. This positivity book relates to his experiences within the novel "Cracked Out." From walking off the flightlines of Continental Airlines to pushing a shopping cart as a homeless bum, and now to an awarded business entrepreneur, Steven Lawrence Hill Sr. has broken barriers in what it takes to become an overachiever that provides hope within the world of poverty and to those with mentally challenged additions.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981957029
  • Publisher: ASA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 1/18/2009
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 132
  • Age range: 15 years
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

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  • Posted February 28, 2009

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    Definitely Movie Material

    I like the book because it is about people in the streets and how they did drugs and how they got off of them. I never really did drugs but it told me what was out there and what to watch out for and stay away from. His experience from a person who had a good paying job working at Continental Airlines to homelessness and to be able to get back up on his feet after so many years made me feel like wanting to congratulate him for his courage get up and want something in life again. I am also glad that he openned his heart to all ages. I hope they make a movie out of it.

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