Walter James' New Book Teaches Readers about the True Essence of a Home
The issues of divorce and separation are no longer new to people around the world. These two realities have reached a number much greater than ever before in history. Aside from that, surgery has also become common. The newspaper, the radio and the television have covered them all and inform the public that some couples are getting a divorce for no reason at all. The Three Greatest Needs In A Home by author Walter James however, attempts to provide answers to many questions such as, "What makes a house a home?" "How to make a successful marriage?" and "How to build an ideal family?"
If people would be more concerned about life in general, most of the negative things affecting marriage could be prohibited. This revealing book offers readers enlightenment on what makes a house a happy and ideally complete home. Here, he provides honest and dependable insights that would surely work on anyone's marriage. Here, he explains the value and importance of the three great things that will transform one's house into a great home-those are Love, Faith, and Patience.
Filled with insights and wisdom, The Three Greatest Needs In A Home will inspire readers to learn to work hard on how to make a wonderful and amazing home-not a home of confusion.
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Born and educated in Notasulga, Ala., Walter James attended the prestigious Tuskegee Institute. In 1946, he moved to the state of Michigan, where he was employed until his retirement in 1977. Now, with plenty of free time, Mr. James devotes most of it to his two favorite pastimes, hunting and writing.
The Three Greatest Needs In A Home * by Walter James
Publication Date: August 17, 2011
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