When we know what we want and not just wish that we wanted it, wisdom can use knowledge to accomplish our wants. Knowledge is power. Wisdom energizes the power. Wisdom is dead unless used. Wisdom is like a muscle, the more it is used the stronger it gets. When wisdom is ignored it atrophies like an unused muscle.
Ken worked for 20 years as a realtor and land developer. At the age of 50 he went back to school and graduated with a degree in sociology from the University of Utah. After graduation, Ken was asked to get involved with ranlife home loans/real estate as a consultant.
This association led him back to the front lines as a mortgage loan officer where he has been involved with directing life principles and life wants discussions. It was here where he found encouragement to capsulize in a book his challenge to all of us to realize how great we already are and appreciate what we already have.
He proves in this book how when you know what you want, and not just wish that you wanted it, from some reservoir of strength you will create opportunities that enable you to achieve what you want. Do you know what you want?
Do you know what you want? I make a case in this book that we all have what we want. i gasp at the magnificence of space, however i realize that my conciousness, knowledge & wisdom are more magnificent. this wriitng investigates the motivational value of thanking me for my wants. The chemistry & biology that helps me have conscious wants is more sigificant than the smoke gass and fire of space.