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Matter Of Choice

[Hardback]

by Jay Shakur

    • Author

      Jay Shakur

    • Book Format

      Hardback

    • Publisher

      Shakur Productions Llc

    • Published

      June 2021

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      At the end of the day, life is a series of moments defined by two types of choices we make: how we choose to prepare for what might happen and how we choose to respond to what has happened. When your ability to make a choice is hindered you have just become a slave. How many modern slaves do we have walking around?

      In this volume I submit to you, the reader, that as we journey through our lives and as we face a world seemingly filled with hate and animosity we will have to make decisions in three key areas; our thinking, our living, and our relationships. The latter (relationships, be it socially, politically, etc.) being a place where forgiveness is the glue that will hold it all together. What you decide and how you decide it will determine the course of your life. This is a principle that applies regardless of one's station in life.

      A Matter of Choice is a passionate and personal analysis of and commentary about a culture in crisis-that of Black inner-city and southern Americans. Despite a declining culture can we (Black America) truly have the "American Dream"? The mainstream narrative excludes Blacks from this dream. However, as is everything, our participation in such is only a choice away.

      In a society obsessed with the superficial, that glorifies victimhood and idolizes oppression this short memoir serves as a reminder of the power of individuality and personal responsibility. Through vignettes of and commentary on some of my life's experiences as a Black man in the United States of America, I call you to think freely, live fully, and forgive unapologetically.

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      • Author

        Jay Shakur

      • Book Format

        Hardback

      • Publisher

        Shakur Productions Llc

      • Published

        June 2021

      • Weight

        327g

      • Dimensions

        127 x 203 x 13 mm

      • ISBN

        9780578850351

      • ISBN-10

        0578850354

      • Eden Code

        5594584

      More Information

      • Author/Creator: Jay Shakur

      • ISBN: 9780578850351

      • Publisher: Shakur Productions Llc

      • Release Date: June 2021

      • Weight: 327g

      • Dimensions: 127 x 203 x 13 mm

      • Eden Code: 5594584


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