After The Darkest Night Comes The Day

After The Darkest Night Comes The Day

by O. Jeffrey


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ISBN-13: 9781438958736
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 06/18/2009
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

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justman51 More than 1 year ago
"Empty I came and empty I return" must be what Jeffrey had in mind when he started to put up materials and Ideas that makes up his book "After the Darkest Night Comes the Day" for his aim and goal where to make sure no stone is left unturned. His philosophy is; for there to be a total solution to one's problem, importances and priorities must be given to all of its possible factors, because that which is considered less important could sometimes be vital to the resolution of that problem. In other words, "The first might be the last and the last, first." In this book history was to be told but history wasn't told at length, instead it emphasized on its side effect on us directly or indirectly, positively or negatively. Our modern day situations and circumstances where properly placed into consideration because to him contemplating fully on the complexities of the past, is to dwell in the past and dwelling in the past is like to farm on a small piece of land, of which when harvest comes only few men will be reached. Hence to emphasize on its present and future effects is to hope; hope for correction; hope for improvement; and hope for betterment. Thus to dwell completely in the past is to be totally lost in the present. Take for instance a man that was kept on a wheel chair after a car accident, written works of his car accident may help others not to commit same error, but better not the life of the already victim. But added works of the present and probable future will bring hope to him; hope to live in the present and future and at the same time cautions and bring to the knowledge of others about what happened, what will happen and what may happen, is like killing two birds at the throw of one stone. I want to also believe that he based his work on the saying that says, "Human are the only animal that stumbles twice on the same stone." This is true not because human are not intelligent or clever enough to remember the situation and position of that stone, but is because that stone might have taken a different shape and form with the test of time or have been moved from one place to another. This is what Jeffrey tried to prove in this book; that most of the errors of the past not only persist to the present but now stays with us and amongst us and has become part of us, because it has taken a different form and shape, while some rights of the past are rejected, refused or forgotten. The uniqueness of this book lays in the fact that he skillfully fused the two great rivals in the readers world, causing them to dwell together; the old and the young; the modern and the nostalgic; the classic and non-classic alike, thereby creating rooms and spaces for all based on a common ground, so all could dwell together for that which is being said affects us all. I bid you to check it out for yourself, you will love It.!!!!!!!