Das Wichtigste im Leben bist Du. Deshalb bedarf es nicht viele Worte,denn das Buch leitet dich zum richtigen Weg zu dir selbst. Nichts im Leben bleibt für immer. Genieße jeden Moment und sammle Errinerungen,die für immer in deinem Herzen bleiben.
Before this book first appeared in 1963, most historians wrote as if the continental expansion of the United States were inevitable. "What is most impressive," Henry Steele Commager and Richard Morris declared in 1956, "is the ease, the simplicity, and seeming inevitability of the whole process." The notion of inevitability, however, is perhaps only a secular variation on the theme of the expansionist editor John L. O'Sullivan, who in 1845 coined one of the most famous phrases in American history when he wrote of "our manifest destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions." Frederick Merk rejected inevitability in favor of a more contingent interpretation of American expansionism in the 1840s. As his student Henry May later recalled, Merk "loved to get the facts straight." --From the Foreword by John Mack Faragher
This self-help book is a work in which Kristi seeks to employ her own personal experiences to aid a person in fulfilling wishes and desires. The work begins by explaining that God is the force that drives her. Kristi goes on to motivate the reader to see that within themselves, God implants the knowledge, vision, and ability to conquer sin through forgiveness and hatred through love. Kristi's hope is that the person reading, Driving Destiny, will be able to begin their journey to their destiny. Kristi communicates to her readers that a person must understand that it is not his or her own will that will prevail but God's will. Once the reader realizes the true entity that is in control, then the road becomes easier and goals are easier to accomplish. Additionally, Kristi utilizes informative language, biblical quotes, and personal experience, which may educate a reader in the process of reaching their goals in life.
The story begins with Destiny sitting alone in her prison cell, feeling completely detached. In a solemn reflective state, she mulls over her past actions, bad decisions, and life experiences. Her parents had migrated from Africa to France before she was born, marking the start of a life of movement, spending her childhood living between Africa and France with her family. Despite a visual impairment, Destiny was successful academically. Popular within her community, sociable and creative, she dreamt of becoming a famous singer or actress, but drug and alcohol abuse began to darken her life. This was the beginning of trouble, misadventure, and challenging relationships. Realising that France was no longer the place for her, Destiny finds herself on the move once more, looking to improve her life. An intriguing opportunity arrives when Destiny is offered a dream holiday to an idyllic tropical island. Accepting this offer was a decision that she would forever regret. This personal, moving, and emotional journey ends with an event that was foreshadowed at the start of the book, the arrest of Destiny and her friend at an international airport.