Words of Encouragement.
This is a popular book directed at individuals, families, businesses, groups and communities to aid any situation that may be distressing to them. It covers how to motivate, words to speak to children, adults, women and men in all situations. More
About the Book
Mutual Arousal is basically a book on motivation or, as many will recognise it, words of encouragement. Our individual and collective situations change from time to time as our fortunes vary from good to bad and vice versa.
It is the opinion of the author that as you encourage someone in distress, you, the encourager, are also motivating yourself in the process, hence the title: Mutual Arousal.
The book is borne out of the ageless belief that words change things and thus have consequences. Based on clinical experience and the personal triumphs over adversity of the author, Mutual Arousal has been written with consideration for families and in-dividuals alike.
Thus this book is about helping us back to good times when we are down fighting, lonely, fearful, in despair, in illness or be-reavement and in uncertainties. The uncertainties may be with our relationships, sporting activities or in our businesses.
The book has been written with the needs of children, teenagers, adults, females and males of all races and in all lands in mind.
It’s all about you the reader who may be in pursuit of happiness and success to whom this book is directed.
Troubles and hard times are unavoidable in our lives. I do not know of a wealthy individual or royal house or president or the poor and lowly that have not or will not suffer any form of set- backs in this life. It may be bereavement, financial difficulties, and disappointments. I have certainly been through many of these. It is on account of this that I give thanks to God and His Word which sustained me in my time of adversities.
I appreciate my children for their insight and words of encou-ragement. Thanks also to my junior brother James, his friends and families, whose acts and words were a pillar to lean on.
I have gained immensely from many friends around me. I owe them much gratitude. To my proof-reader, Matt Murphy, I thank you for your work and critical appraisal. Even though, we some-times disagree on certain principles, I accept your criticisms without which this work may end up without great merit.
Finally, if I have inadvertently failed to acknowledge some sources of information contained in this book, please accept my apologies as I have no intention to cause harm to anyone.
To you the reader, I am very grateful for your acts of support, for reading my book.
To you all, I am greatly indebted.