FREE 45 Minute AUDIOBOOK Sample of LIFE’S ALTERNATIVES by Mike Walsh – Published by Brian Cimins

82-year-old Author of “Life’s Alternatives”, Brother Mike Walsh asked me at Bible Study this last week to post the first Chapter of his first book release on Audiobook (first 45 minutes) for FREE for everyone to “try before they buy” – please share to support and buy on audio, paperback or Kindle: https://amzn.to/2t2nJ8a

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Book Summary of “LIFE’S ALTERNATIVES”: What is your life philosophy? Does it offer you real fulfillment? What happens when we die? In his book, Life’s Alternatives, Mike Walsh poses these questions in his investigation of the reigning philosophical worldviews on topics ranging from politics to pop culture. As he examines what the various approaches have to offer, Mike lends his insight into what will inevitably grant people the answers they seek. The author writes, “I was living life, chasing success, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, aka The American Dream. A man named Solomon had done the same thing thousands of years ago. He was a king who had settled an argument between two women in a dispute over a baby. In the Holy Bible, in a Book known as Ecclesiastes, I learned Solomon was the wisest man who had ever lived. Reading that book made me realize that we both came to many of the same conclusions by age thirty. In addition to being wise, Simon was also unimaginably wealthy. He had the resources to acquire anything he wanted to make himself happy and he did. After trying all there was he used a few magnificent statements to describe the results: ‘chasing after the wind’, and ‘nothing new under the sun’, and the most devastating of all ‘futility or meaninglessness’. Very few will ever have the chance to try all the things that Solomon was able to try. Yet, at the age of thirty, I had tried enough to suspect that the last guarantee in the Bill of Rights, allows us pursue it, there’s no assurance that we’ll ever get it. Out of all this, I arrived at a way of thinking that I call “default reasoning.” When trying to make a decision about something, I ask myself: What’s the alternative? This type of reasoning has kept me from making ill-advised choices. Hence the title of this book, ‘Life’s Alternatives’. It is my hope that by hearing or reading the counsel of this volume that you may avoid some of the pitfalls of life and perhaps find an answer to the question “What’s it all about, Alfie?”

Download, Order and Sample “Life’s Alternatives” by Mike Walsh on AMAZON Paperback: https://amzn.to/2t2nJ8a or on Audible Audiobook: http://bit.ly/LifesAlternatives or eBook on Kindle: https://amzn.to/2tf9A6V – Print Version at Barnes and Noble: http://bit.ly/Mike-Walsh-BN or even Audiobooks.com: http://bit.ly/MikesAudiobooks

About The Author: Mike Walsh earned a Masters in Biblical Studies at Alliance Theological Seminary. During his professional life, Mike taught courses in Information Systems as an adjunct professor in several New Jersey colleges and was employed in Information Systems at American Airlines and CBS. Now at 81 and married to the same woman, Diana, for nearly fifty-six years with three grown sons, and two grandsons. He has been teaching Bible classes at The Chapel in Lincoln Park, New Jersey and at the Good Shepherd Mission for forty years. Mike also still actively participates in fellowship and facilitates Bible studies in neighborhood groups throughout New Jersey.

Recorded on October 25, 2018 by http://BrianCimins.com – please like, share, subscribe and comment to encourage others to spread the gospel

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