There is so much that we humans do on a daily basis that we may not realize what exactly we take for granted.

In his book, When Force Meets Fate, Jamison Hill describes his daily life prior to, during, and after some life-altering events. You might even be inspired when you discover how his memoir was written.

It’s my understanding that Mr. Hill is donating a portion of his profits for this book to research and providing information on ME/CFS. If you care to help out, you could purchase an eBook or a printed version of this autobiography for yourself or someone you know who might enjoy it. You’ll find it in multiple virtual book stores including Amazon US.

To learn more about the book, you can either visit Lynn Hallbrooks’s book review blog or Mr. Hill’s website.

January 2021

For those of you who are new to my blog, We Are The World Blogfest is a group of bloggers from around the world who, at the end of the month, share stories of fellow Earth dwellers, their challenges, and their victories. In my humble opinion, Mr. Hill’s book also does this… his challenges and victories are describe in such a way that you may never want to take the little things for granted again.

The cohosts for January 2021 are Belinda Witzenhausen, Mary Giese, Shilpa Garg, Simon Falk, and Sylvia McGrath. Please consider taking some time to check out their blog posts and see what they have to share.

If you are interested in learning more about this blogfest group, visit here.

If you’d like to help us spread the word, you can share this post. You could also follow us on Facebook or Twitter and repost so your network of friends and family can help out too.

Ashlynn R. Waterstone

Author-in-training, Call Sign Wrecking Crew, LLC

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11 thoughts on “Do We Take Our Daily Activities For Granted? #WATWB

  1. Thanks for this lovely review Ashlynn. I’ll check further (I read Lynn’s review as well). How wonderful that he’s donating profits for further research. And a great reminder how we take SO much for granted …have a lovely weekend 🙂

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  2. Thanks for sharing this book and author. When we can read about others who have come out on the other side of life-changing events, it is an inspiration for us to do as you say and take note and be grateful for even the simplest things.

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