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A Small Book of Wisdom: 6 Ways to Enjoy the Ride of the Eternal Now

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After a series of seemingly overwhelming life challenges, Melissa Miles McCarter discovered that the roadblocks we face, no matter how tragic, are no match for embracing "the eternal now."

Melissa shares how you can "enjoy the ride of the eternal now" and gives six ways you can commit to accepting your life as it is and move into the future without getting stuck in the pa
Kindle Edition, 24 pages
Published May 4th 2014 by Fat Daddy's Farm
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Neelam Chandra
Jun 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
It was a real pleasure to go through Melissa Miles McCarter’s A small book of wisdom: 6 ways to enjoy the ride of the eternal now. It was a privilege to know her ‘cheat sheet of life’.

Well, to begin with, I loved the simplicity – both in language as well as in thoughts, in which the book is written.

The answers to our problems and questions of life are all illusionary. In short, there is no perfect answer. There are only ways or paths. How to tread on these paths is the wisdom and it is this wis
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Melissa Miles McCarter lives in a small rural community of Arcadia Valley in Southeast Missouri, with her husband, Dr. William Matthew McCarter, step-son Britin, and menagerie of pets in a Civil War era home.

In addition to being an editor, memoirist and novelist, McCarter has written numerous articles and columns about mental illness and popular culture, infertility, and postfeminism.

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