If It's Not Fun, Don't Do It: Listening to the Still Small Voice
by Tony DiGuglielmo (Tony D)
How does anyone born into this world ever figure out who they are, why they were placed into this world, and who they are meant to become?
Sometime in living ones life, every human being alive must think about these three questions. How can such questions be ignored for a lifetime? They cannot! If one is to have any purpose, or any passion in living their life, they will be confronted with these questions at some point in their life.
It would seem that anyone who chooses to live their life with no purpose or no passion must be either brain dead or they must be totally lacking of a spiritual core or any emotional core, which actually drives the living that goes on in ones life. Why? Because anyone alive can eventually figure out that in order to live, one must be alive.
This memoir by Tony DiGuglielmo (Tony D) is the finished product from someone who wanted to say whatever he was meant to say without being preachy about it. God led Tony to become the life hes lived. It describes his purpose in life and what he wants to express as a purpose in life to a potential reader.
About the Author: Tony DiGuglielmo (Tony D) lives in Reno, Nevada. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(2015, Paperback, 100 pages)