Girls around the world often face tougher obstacles than any other gender on the planet. Regardless of qualifications, women are often undermined and under appreciated in both the home and workplace. Sylfronia King's "Fearless", explores the personal and spiritual places within young girls, helping them to identify and take personal accountability for their actions and skills that will aid their desire to live freely, and pursue their goals.
Praise for the first edition:
"Short and sweet, this book gets straight to the point, designed for the rising generation, Sylfronia uses imagery and text to make a powerful point. As a man, that point was well received." -John De' Bey. "Don't be afraid of being a female, and live without any self-hatred or guilt toward any living being. This is our true destiny". -Sylfronia King
|Publisher:||The Media Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
"Girls around the world face tougher obstacles than any other gender on the planet. Regardless of qualifications, women are undermined and underappreciated in the home and in the workplace. Fearless, explores the personal and spiritual places within young girls, helping them to identify and act against those who oppose their right to free living and their ambitious pursuits" (King, Fearless 2016).
As a mother and homemaker, she's determined to see women of her generation strive for much more in life, the way she's done for most of hers. She was raised with a dual perspective. Having been brought up by cultural definition of the Bahamas, she saw a divisive and often intrusive culture in her residency of Far Rockaway, Queens. An experiment is what she calls her hometown. A place where people from everywhere were forced to live amongst each other without a culture. The result was a deadly concoction. The town grew to the violence of every kind: Physical, verbal, emotional. The very meaning of survival meant living life only to a 30-year time span within a first world country as opposed to what is normally seen within third world countries.
She speaks up against abortion, guns and is an activist for human rights and other organizations that market abortion services to women in urban neighborhoods affecting millions of poor, disenfranchised women. She has spoken to thousands of women about the psychological effects of abortion and the continued use of abortion as a birth control method. She's standing on conservative values and promoting education, entrepreneurship, and self-healing to help lead minorities into the 21st century with first world values.
Table of ContentsYOU HAVE POWER 1
INSECURE PEOPLE 5
DONT HARDEN YOUR HEART 16 DOMINION 19
BE STRONG 22
THE FRIEND CIRCLE 27
YOUR SQUARE 31
AUTHORS NOTE 37