Wisdom for Living
Learning to Follow Your Inner Guidance
by Reynold Ruslan Feldman, Sharon Clark
Pub Date 26 Jul 2019
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We live in uncertain, even dangerous times. If we were ships, we’d be traveling in rough waters and dense fog. Without a navigation system, we’d soon be sunk - literally. We need to know where and how to navigate to keep ourselves safe as we pursue our individual life journeys. Wisdom for Living is an invaluable resource and guide for strengthening, developing, and accessing your own inherent wisdom nature. Each of us comes hard-wired with the equipment needed to navigate the rough waters of life. This equipment is our intuition or gut feelings, available to all. Yet like the GPS in a car or phone, we need to learn to access, use, and trust it. These short essays suggest how you can find wisdom in a variety of people, places, and things. You are encouraged to keep a wisdom journal (WJ) in which you respond to a motivating question at the end of each essay. In this way, you will create a personal handbook for guiding your life while using your inner guidance to deal with challenges.
Reynold Ruslan Feldman is a retired English professor, dean, and university vice-president. He is a non-profit consultant, fundraiser and linguist, and is an author and teacher of practical wisdom. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, USA. Online: Facebook, Author Website.
Sharon Clark is a writer and editor. Re-wired after a career in public relations, she mentors seniors in preserving their personal histories through memoir writing. She lives in Novato, California, USA.