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The old question is still "Do we use creative thinking or go with the flow." We can create our reality and environment, thereby living the life we want. We can create our environment or it will create us.

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Comment by Stephen Rosenzweig on September 20, 2009 at 8:17am
Why Buy This Book

THE JOURNEY is written in the third person as fiction but, is based on my wild and remarkable life. It reflects the experiences and nurturing I have picked up along this incredible journey. My life is full of adventure and universal lessons. I have been all through America, Canada, Europe, Germany five times, and the Middle East for over a year. Anyone with an adventurous mind or looking for insight to physical, mental, and spiritual growth will love this book.
Don’t go through life trapped in a maze of frustration. Like the main character, make a choice to have freedom, excitement and adventure in your life. Enjoy living don’t be stuck in a frustrating, depressing job, or relationship. Choose where you want to live, and how you want to live. Be the person you want to be.
Buy this book and see how it’s done.
Comment by Stephen Rosenzweig on September 17, 2009 at 2:12pm
At 6:57am on September 16, 2009, Paul Coltharp said…Hi Steve
I like what you have written! The biggest thing that I believe about writing is that it should be written how you want it to be and not for how someone else thinks it should be! So keep it up! If you want any help with any part of your process of getting Pub and anything else let me know.

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Comment by Stephen Rosenzweig on September 8, 2009 at 7:12am
RT please. what do you think of this excerpt.
One night at the end of the first month there, Josh had gone to bed early. He awoke to a terrible nightmare of bullets, rockets, mortars, helicopters, and jet fighters all around him at the kibbutz. He sat on the side of his bed thinking he had a nightmare of war. It was incredible; the sounds of battle were still all around him, it was no dream. It was real. The kibbutz was under attack by the Syrians and Palestinians from the Golan Heights. Israeli troop helicopters were streaming toward the Heights; Mirage jet fighters were strafing and shooting rockets into the mountainside. These guerilla battles were common all over Israel.
The following morning a telephone worker from the kibbutz went up the hill to check the lines to see why the phones weren’t working. He didn’t return and a search party found his head stuck on a stake up the hill near the telephone wires. No one was allowed to go into the fields until the army swept them for mines. A friend of Josh’s from England broke the rules and went walking in the fields before the army swept them for mines. He stepped on one. They all heard the explosion and a medical team with an army patrol found him unconscious with his right leg blown off at the knee. They saved his life and he was flown by helicopter to the main hospital in Jerusalem. He sent Josh a post card from London a month later. He would be able to have a relatively normal life with a prosthetic leg.

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