'Knowing Just Who You Are' is truly a journey into self. Award winning author Mark Stephen Taylor (Hiking the Trail of Truth) leads us to discoveries that are profoundly eye opening...
This unique treatise on body, mind and spirit takes us on a search for self that exposes the utter realities of human nature that we all must deal with on a daily basis. He takes us back in time and helps us to have a clearer understanding regarding the plight of the human race. Through a detailed overview of mankind's dilemma, he attempts to enlighten us as to just why things are the way they are in the world, yet shows us that these things are necessary elements in our comprehending the universe as we know it. He also gives us some insights into the physical earth itself, which allow us to attain a knowledge that is most productive.
Through the accordant information we gain from this entire writing we are able to come to an in depth understanding of self that helps us to better deal with life's many challenges-things like failure, doubt, affliction, fear, despair, loneliness, pain and suffering, anxiety, desire and passion. He also opens our eyes to our natural human faults and personal failures, and gives us a clearer understanding of just why they are present. Most importantly; through all of this he educates us on how to attain true peace and contentment amidst life's circumstances, and then hold onto it throughout the varied storms of life-a most informative read!
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About the Author
Mark Stephen Taylor is the award-winning author of Hiking the Trail of Truth: Knowing God Through His Creation, which offers very profound insights into the attributes of God and our personal relationship with Him through the wonders of creation. Mr. Taylor is a former California Law Enforcement Officer, educated in criminal psychology and geology, and is currently a Biblical teacher and counselor.
He has spent many years hiking the high mountains and diverse trails of California-allowing nature to become his teacher. He has also explored the vast deserts of the southwest and has dwelt among the Native American people. The writing style he has developed through his accumulated knowledge and varied life experiences is quite unique, in that it is intensely honest-a rare attribute, considering our world today. This latest work bears witness to a spiritual enlightenment that is most insightful-for sure an eye-opening account.
Mr. Taylor has written several books, both fictional and non-fictional works, and it is obvious that he is a teacher by nature. This characteristic allows us to learn something of value from any of his writings. He boldly challenges the philosophies of the world as he takes pen in hand and offers us instead some very profound truths to contemplate, which at times require much depth of thought-indeed a good thing for us! He pulls no punches. He is a 'voice crying from the wilderness', and it is our forgathered opinion that you would be wise to take notice.
Sincerely, The HTTOT Staff