Chapter One has great information on Corporations and how they are controlling our governments, our people, and our world.
Chapter Two discusses the evil side of our government and how it aims to control our citizens by various means and ways.
Chapter Five is on heroes. I believe our world has many heroes. To be a hero takes courage. We live in a difficult world with evil forces that will try to take advantage of the people and create a world of non-thinking robots. Many citizens will also feel enslaved by these evil forces. Heroes break the chains of enslavement.
Chapter Six gives some information on the importance of prayer and meditation. God gives us a free will to choose our behavior and with free will we will face positive and negative consequences. Prayer and meditation can help us to create a better world for all of God’s children.
About the Author
Gerald M. Socha has spent most of his working life in educational services. Mr. Socha is retired. He has four degrees—one degree is a bachelor’s degree; two degrees are master’s degree; and one degree is a specialist in art’s degree. His greatest joy is to be married to someone who is flexible in handling his idiosyncrasies. In his household the family believes in laughter and a sense of humor. The family opposes war because war does not enhance laughter and a sense of humor.
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I figured this is as good a place as any to give Gerald's book a plug.
From the guy that is creating an anti-Nazi storm in the blog-o-sphere, a book that reveals his innermost thoughts regarding the trials and tribulations facing each of us in our daily lives.
Applying faith and wisdom from the heart to paper to help others in their quest for inner peace and salvation, Gerald has shown a determination and strength to help others along the path of life.
We at DWF are indeed fortunate to have him choose us to present his views here.
Thank you Gerald.