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WARNING:If you Liked the Bush years, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Fundamental Religions or Fox News. you will not like this book.


Starting in 2002 I have kept a daily journal and besides the events of the day I have tried to energize it with a "Thought of The Day". It has produced over 2,500 different thoughts plus the journal. For twenty years I have also written poetry, mostly philosophy in nature. All of my poems would make a book of about seventy pages. This book contains three parts. First my life story which consists of less than half the book, thirty one pages of my poems and lastly one hundred forty three pages of my best "Thoughts of The Day" made into an encyclopedia of thoughts, categorized by subject in alphabetical order. It became obvious that these bodies of work, my autobiography, my poetry, and the thoughts of day was me at my deepest level; it was a pathway to my eternal self, my soul.

Some of, "My Thoughts of The Day" from the Books "Encyclopedia of thought" I recognize myself by what I know I can do; others by what I have done. Being of this earth makes you a prisoner of this earth. Is our soul's greatest distracter the materialization of negative fantasy? The greatest character builder is adversity overcome. How much better the world would be, if the Fundamental Christians would find their own faults as readily as they find fault in others. Real beauty comes from within; your physical beauty is only an introduction that will not last without inner beauty. Bush's foreign policy makes it clear that his diplomacy is to peace, as pornography is to love. If an adult family member comes to you for advice, give it, but only give it once. Reasoning and logic are not a part of remembering past love. If a man is incomplete until he finds a woman, when he finds her is he finished? (edited by author)

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ISBN-10:  1432748823
ISBN-13:  978-1432748821
Author:  William H Odekirk
Genre:  Biography
Publisher:  Outskirts Press
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Tracking My Soul by William Odekirk  Outskirts Press 2010    Reviewed by Dr. Joseph S. Maresca CPA, CISA    The author, William Odekirk has an interesting family  background documented from 1645-1655.  An orphan boy named Jan arrived in Albany, NY.  From his arrival, a very extensive lineage was delineated  by the author. On 12-23-1805, 3 years prior to his  great-great grandfather's birth, Joseph …
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