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Soul vs. Flesh Lyrics for Life by Daniel N.…

Soul vs. Flesh Lyrics for Life

by Daniel N. Collins

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0692264221, Paperback)

The true art of war is not the conquering of another but winning the war against yourself. Daniel N Collins has returned with a stunning sequel to The Soul Vs. Flesh "Life to Lyrics" and brings the reader further along into his story. In this continuation the author has taken on some new relationships while revisiting some old ones but is still fighting the pressures of life. Daniel also gives us an exclusive but brief look into the most historical fraternity on the planet and describes how its helping him in his life. The author also give us an insight on his religion and how it coincides with others. In this book the soul is still battling the flesh and shows no signs of it coming to an end. Mevlana Rumi once said, "O Happy the soul that saw its own faults".

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