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'Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow: You Can Make a Difference'
Date:2/23/2009

MISSION VIEJO, Calif., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Transitioning into a new chapter of your life can be a scary matter for many of us. Whether that new chapter be graduating from college, getting married, having your first child, or starting a new career, it is easy to become completely overwhelmed with how this change affects the rest of your life. "Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow: You Can Make a Difference" (published by AuthorHouse) by Robert C.K. Lee, offers insights and advice into methods and studies related to this dilemma.

This book is not a motivational book that gives step-by-step instructions for people to achieve instant success. This book aims to share with the reader wisdom from both the East and the West, so that he or she might develop a new philosophy of life. "Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow: You Can Make a Difference" also identifies "core beliefs" and aids the reader in making the right daily choices. A person's success or failure is the compounded effect of his or her daily choices over a lifetime. Our life's philosophy -- our core beliefs -- is the foundation for building our house of success. In other words, we must first develop what we are on the inside -- our core beliefs, our inner self -- before we can achieve what we want on the outside: our destiny!

"Once, we left the patio door open, a bee flew in. It hit the window repeatedly trying to get out. We could hear it buzzing from the top to the bottom of the window," Lee writes. "It saw the beauty outside and worked very hard trying to get out but we knew that its effort was futile! If it were a fly, we would have used the swatter and ended its misery. However, since it is a beneficial insect, we opened the door and chased it out. All of a sudden, four important lessons came to mind:

  1. Hard work alone may not be able to solve our problem.
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