Believing young people need simple methods to guide their future, Henri Rabb "Pop" Ferger, a 54-year-old camp counselor on furlough from his missionary post as an educator in India challenges young people to solve an Indian puzzle ring as a way to remember the keys to becoming a well-rounded person. His message, originally intended to motivate boys to rise and live a free and full life, links four simple words: Mind, Body, Social Qualities, and Spirit (MBSQS), which are derived from St. Luke 2:52.
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Carl Nelson, a former Navy captain, is a best selling author whose career as a writer, poet, and playwright has spanned more than twenty-nine years. During that time he has published eight non-fiction books, three full-length novels, many short stories, a stage play, poems, articles, and technical papers. His novels include: The Advisor (Co-Van), based on his Vietnam War experiences; Secret Players, a cold war thriller; and Madam President and the Admiral, a political-military thriller nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Dr. Nelson's non-fiction books include the top selling Import/Export: How to Take Your Business Across Borders, McGraw-Hill, 4th Ed., 2009.
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