The Family – The “Bricks” On Which Society Is Built
I would deem it essential to point out to the general reader and students, that the wide ranging subjects covered in my concise book express the way I personally observe life at this point in time.
I have no doubt that some may agree, whilst others may express different opinions. Freedom of speech and expression is the prerogative of all of us.
My aim is to provide ideas that would assist the understanding of readers rather than interfere in their way of thinking. I must admit, this being my first book, it does not make me an author. I believe I may be regarded more or less as an observer.
My sole aim is that John Citizen, realises that he/she can lead a happy life, without undue stress, by keeping in mind: ‘Do not trouble trouble, until trouble troubles you’.
By: Lino Callus
No of pages: 63