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Wheel of Peace



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The Wheel of Peace by MR Patrick Shefu Chinyama
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The world is faced with numerous challenges that require unity of purpose to resolve or alleviate. This book is a courageous attempt at making sense out of the pertaining chaos. The author does so from a religious point of view. The book not only analyses what is wrong with the world today but offers solutions in sorting out these challenges. It is a practical and well researched book that has original ideas and content. The title says it all: The Wheel of Peace; a wheel with twelve spokes, all connected to the centre -God, who is the source of everything good! It is not a coincidence that the Wheel of Peace model on the cover page is analogous to the arrangement of the clock, of time: 12 hours of day time (day light), at least in the part of the world where the author comes from, and 12 months of the year. The Wheel of Peace needs to be constantly turning in our lives just like time is constantly ticking. We all strive for peace, but many do not care to explore the intricacies in achieving it; the peace of mind, peace of the self; peace in the marriage, in the home, in the family, and in the work place; peace in relationships, in the neighbourhood, in the nation, and in the world. The book is a good read for everyone, because it encourages and can inspire every individual to do good and become or remain the instrument of peace that God has design and intended them to be. Biblical scripture urges us to encourage and strengthen one another in the things of peace (Romans 14:19). The book is therefore an answer to this call, as it is intended to be a tool for introspection and self-evaluation, so that we can eliminate that which is only an elusion of peace and instead achieve real and informed peace, through our connection with God. In the Landscaper chapter, the author relates to everyday human encounters in giving the reader an opportunity for simulation. This way, we shall achieve that unity of purpose, even in our diversity, to resolve the world's challenges, and foster development. In keeping with the old adage 'It ends well that starts well', young people are particularly encouraged to use this book as their do-it-yourself guide into and through adulthood
Release date Australia
December 26th, 2014
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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