With all-new excerpts from Richard Clarke's dramatic public testimony, and revealing corroboration from The 9/11 Commission ReportFrom the 9/11 Commission Report:
"On the day of the meeting [September 4, 2001], Clarke sent Rice an impassioned personal note. He criticized U.S. counterterrorism efforts past and present. The 'real question' before the principals, he wrote, was 'are we serious about dealing with the al Qida threat?...Is al Qida a big deal?...Decision makers should imagine themselves on a future day when the CSG has not succeeded in stopping al Qida attacks and hundreds of Americans lay dead in several countries, including the US,' Clarke wrote. 'What would those decision makers wish that they had done earlier? That future day could happen at any time.'"
If you are like most people, you have written these goals and dreams on a list that's titled "Tomorrow's To Do." You can't pursue what's truly important to you because your day is crowded by the demands of mundane routines and other people's priorities. How do you break out and experience the full potential that God intended you to have? The answer lies in a simple yet profound process to change the way you think about your life and help you accomplish what's truly important. In this straightforward guide, Joel Osteen gives you a way to improve your life for good and help you experience victory, joy, and satisfaction every day!
Your journey to a brighter future begins with these seven steps:
• One: Enlarge your vision
• Two: Develop a healthy self-image
• Three: Discover the power of your thoughts and words
• Four: Let go of the past
• Five: Find strength through adversity
• Six: Live to give
• Seven: Choose to be happy
In this remarkable book, Joel Osteen offers you unique insights and encouragement that will help you overcome every obstacle you may encounter.
Your life has a divine purpose and destiny. As you put the principles found in these pages to work today you will begin living YOUR BEST LIFE NOW!
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