In Graced to be a Rebel, Kimi provokes the reader to think and see the world in a different perspective. The perspective of common sense. Against all odds, she learned to walk alone on a narrow path of morals and high standards. The task was hard. But with the understanding that perfection without love still equals no compassion. This book talks about compassionate being key but compromise without common sense will still breed low standards and morals. Imagine a world of compromise, where there’s no right or wrong way to do anything concerning morals. Imagine a world seemingly with no common sense. Imagine a world of gross darkness and not a single flicker of light. Imagine a world filled with everyone doing their own thing without regard to others. Imagine a world filled with nothing but selfishness. Imagine a world filled with hate and jealousy. Imagine a world that makes you feel so lonely and isolated. Kimi has lived in it (the world) but with a thankful heart she believes she’s ‘Graced to be a Rebel’ by the Father.
African American InterestPoetryAdvice & How ToChristian NonfictionReligion & Spirituality
BIOGRAPHY 26 year medically retired Army Veteran. Single Mother of one beautiful daughter whose a college graduate. I am a proud doting grandmother of a little beautiful girl. A Realtor for Alabama and Georgia. Author of now three books as of November 8,2019: Overcoming a Broken Heart and From Broken Pieces to Peace and Graced to be a Rebel. A Troy University Alumni as of December 2019. Writing is very soothing to me... along with crocheting and playing with my Schitzu-Poodle Mix... Above all a follower of Jesus Christ and just plain old compassion for the human race which is missing now a days.
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