Climbing out of Hell & Chopping Down the Tree of Knowledge
Uniquelahoma Readers, publisher C.L. Harmon has recently published his third book. This latest publication is a collection of Mindsets, positive and unique perspectives written much as one would expect in a daily quote. The book is titled Climbing out of Hell and is the culmination of Mindsets written over the past eighteen months.
This is his second collection of Mindsets. His first book, In the Midst of Reality, was also a collection of Mindsets. CL had not planned on publishing another collection. But several requests to publish another book from many of his readers on social media, where he shares them, would prompt him to release another collection.
“This collection is important to me because it allows me to help people using the creative gift God has given me. In a world with so much negativity and evil, I choose to look beyond the darkness and above the dismal to provide a positive perspective to others when it is so easy only to see the negative ones,” CL said.
In addition, CL has published a revised edition of his second book, Chopping Down the Tree of Knowledge. The book is written from a personal perspective of a failing belief system and how many of us wind up far from where we planned on going in life. The revised edition has updated edits and additions to the original text as well as a post-published perspective describing how the new belief system created from the revelations of the book has impacted his life. It encompasses his beliefs on when and how God intervenes in our lives and where responsibilities rest when we fail or remain stagnant when we are doing everything we believe to be correct.
The post-published perspective is an interesting addition to the book. CL has the opportunity to explain how changing our belief systems change our lives in dramatic ways by relaying his own experiences since initially publishing the book.
Uniquelahoma invites all our readers to check out these books from our publisher. If interested, please visit Amazon and search C.L. Harmon.