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Everyday Ethics and Equity: The Foundation for Character and Self-Esteem

In these turbulent times of COVID-19, when many leaders in government, business, and other positions of power behave as though greed is good, lying is laudable, and corruption is commendable, should we expect ethical behavior from them or from each other?

What are we willing to tolerate or not tolerate? Does our worldview align with our core values? How do we conduct ourselves? How do we view our creativity and worth?

Through easy-to-understand poetic messages, Everyday Ethics and Equity: The Foundation for Character and Self-Esteem motivates us to think critically about contemporary ethical issues and self-valuing concepts. Like its predecessor, Dreams, Deeds, and Destiny: Purpose and Possibility in the Space Age, this insightful book is written from a cosmic perspective and a humanist worldview.

Reasonable and relevant, it helps us to align thoughts and acts with core values and gain a greater appreciation for our innate worth. Designed to evoke critical thought and self-reflection, it is a must have in every individual home and institution.

Dreams, Deeds, and Destiny: Purpose and Possibility in the Space Age

In this age of space exploration, the Internet, and DNA, we seek contemporary ideas about life and the human experience in the cosmos. Dreams, Deeds, and Destiny: Purpose and Possibility in the Space Age will give us that confirmation.

With underpinnings planted firmly in the eternal present, Dreams, Deeds, and Destiny delivers a daily thought-provoking message addressing humanity’s purpose and possibility in the space age.

Timely messages include topics such as aging, change, creativity, equal opportunity, managing stress, nature and the environment, peace, prosperity, uncertainty, and work.

With its secular premise, original lyrical poetry and insightful affirmations, meditations, and observations, this book is an empowering day-by-day self-help guide for adults across cultural lines.

Gwendolyn Rose Forrest was born and educated in Detroit. Writing has always been an integral part of her life. She is a former social worker, civil rights/human rights advocate, and employment/training project director. While director of research for the Michigan Wayne County Charter Commission, she helped write the county’s first home-rule charter. She was also an economic development administrator in Georgia. As a certified fund raising executive in Michigan, Oregon and Illinois, she helped colleges and universities achieve financial goals. The author holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s in public administration. A member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, she currently resides in Detroit, Michigan.