Life is no stranger to anyone who has ever taken a breath, yet it remains a mystery that very few have been able to solve.
When Kaanja finds himself at an uncomfortable crossroad in his life, he is determined to answer the call of Life. This kicks off a chain reaction for his father, mother, and sister, each of whom end up discovering a facet of Life that is meaningful for them. Guided by Life itself, they unlock the mystery of life piece by piece, learning to deal with everyday issues haunting both older and younger generations, such as unfulfilled expectations, worry, fear, lack of confidence, and nonconformity.
As the pieces of the puzzle start to fall into place for Kaanja and his family, will Life finally reveal Itself?
Bloom, Roses, Bloom is one of the most irresistibly fascinating books to read in today’s unmoored world, where many people have been unboxed, leaving them vulnerable to Satan’s thwacking. Put simply, reading this book helps you build aplomb.
There is something faith-filled, something intriguing, something blossoming about this collection. It careens you to burgeon.
Author, Hormones on Fire & Genes Fall Apart.
Words are powerful. Inherent in them is life. Words spoke right birth strengths, hope, faith and love.
“Bloom, Roses, Blom” is a striking collection of living words in poetry. An invitation into a journey of hope and love fuelled by faith. Words written in this book will make you hopeful, grateful and much more and serve as fuel to keep you forging ahead.
In this book, Oyedolapo reminds you to:
Trust in God
Walk on water – dare impossible situation.
Laugh at the Devil – because he is defeated.
Embrace forgiveness – that is the way of life.
Dream like a Child – a mind where impossibilities doesn’t exist
Dream Big – big things come from big dreams
See rejection as a stepping stone.
Break free from fear, hurts and pain.
Let your Roses Bloom.
Bloom, Roses, Bloom is suitable for:
For Men and Women of all ages
For teachers to share with classrooms during poetry-focused lessons
Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, National Best Friend Day, birthdays, and holiday gifting
Christmas Gifts, New Year Gifts, Father’s Day
Meet Oyedolapo Oyesiji
Oyedolapo Oyesiji is the author of Bloom, Roses, Bloom. He is a researcher, songwriter, content writer and content marketer based in Canada. He loves writing, teaching, and reading. He loves God. He loves to learn new things and meet people. He is either listening to music or playing the piano when he is not writing.
This workbook was created to provide actionable steps to help you make positive changes in your life. Through these 40+ exercises you will:
Create a life vision that excites you
Discover your purpose or “Why”
Set multiple goals in various life areas
Eradicate limiting beliefs
Work to change unwanted emotions
Implement powerful habits and routines in your life
Understand your core values and needs
Take action on your ideal life
Think of ways to make more money
Strengthen your faith
….and much more!
Despite having more conveniences, greater technology, and more options to choose from in life, most of us still don’t know what it is that we truly want from life. We are trapped in jobs we aren’t passionate about, relationships that aren’t satisfying, and negative patterns that create stress, anxiety, unhappiness, and unfulfillment. We don’t seem to have a vision for our lives. Or, if we do have a vision, it’s very loose and we don’t know how to make it a reality. Often, fatigue, stress, life transitions, lack of resources, futuristic desires, or a midlife crisis call us to re-examine our lives.
On top of this, it seems that hardly anyone wants to talk about these important issues thanks to the constant busy-ness, stimulation, and lack of depth in our society. There are a plethora of books that touch on these subjects, but most of them fail to have actionable steps that hold you accountable to making positive changes.
For a fraction of the cost of a coach or counselor, you can go through this workbook at your own pace and in the privacy of your own home while still getting tremendous breakthroughs. You will finish this workbook with a greater sense of self-awareness, clarity, and excitement for your life ahead!
Meet Hunter Carson
Hunter is both a serial entrepreneur and performance coach. He has created and manages several real estate investment companies around the Atlanta, GA area and has helped dozens of clients with their personal and professional goals. His mission is to “Empower, encourage, and coach others to examine their lives and vocations so that they find purpose, meaning, and fulfillment.”
This is the #1 Best Selling, Pinnacle Award Recipient. Mister B’s jaunty calculating rhythm offers timely subject matter for adult children caring for parents and grandparents. With middle-age couched between quirky days and minutes of kindness, MISTER B’s confessions roll tide from the earliest days of aerospace engineering in Alabama through World War II and the Cold War secrecy. So, how will life unfold when a chauffeur-cook decides to move into the home of this self-centered, 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist… will she really lend aid?
Mister B is a book that spins Americana like cotton candy. He could care less about being politically correct. That’s not Mr. B’s style. But, it seems his plan is to live forever.
For curiosity seekers of aerospace and structural science, for story lovers of the Greatest Generation and World War II, for family members caring for aging parents… Mister B is a treasure worth unearthing. Lacking education, a child of Polish immigrant parents, Joseph Byk determined to get educated and use what he learned to design flying machines. If you liked the movie, Imagine That, you’ll love this book.
How did Mister B pull himself up by his bootstraps in the 1930s and 1940s? This much is true, that the old’ man views history as his current state, telling all he can manage to repeat, while his new companions embark to redesign his dry acre into a flowering conversation piece where mushroom collecting. The unlikely companions eventually discover why they each still matter.
Joseph Byk was born in 1916, the Woonsocket, Rhode Island son of Polish immigrants. From the disadvantage of rope-tied, baggy pants poverty, Mister B becomes a man whose search for meaning defies gravity as much as his work on the 1930s new flight trainers and spacecraft do. How does he do it?
This instructive and humorous aerospace memoir, Mister B, offers biographical tender family stories, irony, and historic photographs to make a disgruntled reader furiously happy. It can be found in the grumpy old men’s section at your local bookstore…aging older men.
A terrific confessional. An unusual love story! The instructive and comedic Mister B begins as a 98-year-old rocket science distraction as a chauffeur-cook on the verge of financial ruin decides to help alleviate his loneliness. A surprising odyssey begins. After she settles in with the physicist, the old man decides to teach his new helper a few life lessons.
Born in 1916, to a Polish-speaking mother, physicist Joseph Byk began his early schooling in rope-tied-baggy-pants-poverty. He was every teachers’ dreaded student. Ending his senior year, however, he aspired to design vehicles that defy gravity. Joseph B IS the loveable, bumbling scientist portrayed in Nevil Shute’s romantic character, Mr. Honey, (Jimmy Stewart) in the movie, No Highway in the Sky.
For curiosity seekers of aerospace and structural science, how did it all start? Here is the story of a forgotten stress engineer whose philosophy, calculations, and outspoken opinions saved many lives. Being politically correct is not Mister B’s style, though Greatest Generation story lovers, World War II hounds, and family members caring for aging parents, think of Mister B as a national treasure.