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“The commandments are still the greatest leadership principles around. If they aren’t at the heart of the ethics that propel you in wanting to create a better world, then you’re only rearranging the chairs at City Hall.” —Chas Rowland, 22 Some believe the Commandments are outdated, irrelevant today. Are they, or do they provide direction for the decisions you face and boundaries for choices you make —whether in choosing friends, love, work or goals? In this nationally award winning book for young adults (ages 15-30), Pulitzer Prize nominated author Bettie Youngs, Ph.D., lifts the veil one by one of each Commandment to reveal the facts behind them; why and how each one guards something that is of the greatest importance to your welfare; how each is perfectly formulated common sense showing us how to prosper, be victorious, and live in peace and harmony with others. “Since the Commandments are not ‘suggestions,’ anyone wanting to affect change should first consult the mandates handed down by the One up there in charge of it all!” — Stephen Fletcher, 23 “Captivating. Simply Stunning.” —USA Today “Too many people worry about the Ten Commandments hanging on a wall in public places when the real issue is having them alive in our hearts—and discussions.” — Terry Pluto columnist, Akron Beacon Journal “I think many young people ‘skip’ the Commandments because they haven’t studied the love behind the rules and so think they can’t measure up to such high standards. This book affirmed for me the majesty of living profoundly; I realized that bettering my community or making the world a safer place means operating from a code of conduct that at the end of the day, is the only one that truly matters.” —Carson Williams, 21

ISBN: 0-7573-0128-2 $12.

“If you fail to live, love and lead with these tenants, whatever else you do well doesn’t matter very much.” —Danielle Little, 19

In bookstores everywhere or from www.BettieYoungs.com

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Moxie - Winter 2006 / The Reform Issue  

The Winter 2006 edition of Moxie, the official magazine of the California College Republicans

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