D. Dwight Davis
There is a lot of information that has been published in books, magazines, newspapers, online, and in studies. Much of this information claims to be 'need to know' data. But, because of some readers' negative attitudes, disrespect for certain written material, and refusal to investigate or test what is written in certain publications, they characterize them as myths or information that cannot be believed.The author of the book you have in your hand or read online implore the reader to meditate and contemplate on the seven chapters and see if the knowledge shared and its primary source are real, sensible, and helpful. The author also encourages readers to refer to these seven subjects for reference and supplemental data when dealing with the identified family situations and societal circumstances. If these actions are taken, it is the author's prayer and belief that each reader will come to realize that the principal source of the knowledge found in this book is not a mythical individual but one that is spiritually alive and should be respected, believed, and followed. If not, why not?