A men’s counsellor since 1992, Keith Ashford has pondered what he terms “the male mosaic.” He has thought about the Soul. “Soul,” he says, “is man’s embryonic potential for divine work. If a man’s divinity isn’t ‘worked out,’ given worldly expression, it dies.” And so Ashford has written a book that gives his soul worldly expression—and invites us to do the same.
We all need motivation and inspiring words from time to time and the author offers exactly that in this short, but powerful self-help guide. These easy to follow steps will help you find more peace, balance and happiness in your life… no need for a science degree. The book also includes a few beautiful quotes, which will engage you and help keep you motivated.