Foreword


 

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The Gods’ Work to Abandoned Son is an autobiography of a Filipino National who graduated in College by his will and faith in God. It is about a man’s life and ambition, his mother died when he was nine years old, his father harmed him, his half-brother tortured him during his childhood, and he was abandoned.

The story span of four chapters in chronological order, describing his childhood and adulthood life, his mysterious journey of life from nothing into something, a parallel journey that from learning at school and putting his faith on to God that turns his dreams into reality.

He became a street child, he was an alcohol heavy drinker, he became a victim of police brutality, and his life was almost taken twice by the bad youthful during his adulthood days.

Throughout his journey, he refers the real world of being a street child as dangerous; there are a lot of persons of the street with different characters that can harm you. He deals with them in any kind of matter whatever has caused and overcome them that lead him to a successful life.

The purpose of the blog is to give hope, dreams, faith, spiritual advice, and will to overcome success especially for those orphan and street children to transform their lives from poverty into middle-class people and from rags to riches, to be enlightened and find the purpose of their life.

Target audiences also are children and adult who have parents with an opportunity to study and to tell them not to waste their time and money while they have a chance. This blog can be a reference for the parents who have children, to give an example event that can be enlightened to their life.

By reading the book you will learn on how to react by affecting the life of fate that define as the development of events beyond a person’s control, the life by chance that define as a possibility of something happening; the occurrence and development of events, the life by choice that define as an act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities.

You will learn on how to develop yourself from being childhood to adulthood, to be complete as a better man; and to develop your career, by dealing with different characters of people from uneducated, educated and boastful. Especially, you will learn on how to reach and develop a relationship with God.

These stories have been polished during his days at Hassi – Algeria, North Africa, on the Sahara Desert from January 2017 to October 2017.

In his thoughts that life being a street child will not be forever on the street, he believed that: “Every human in the world, rich or poor, educated and uneducated has a chance to live a better life.”

The author graduated in Elementary, High School, and College by his will and faith. In college, he graduated from two courses.

(1) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Management.

(2) Diploma in Information Technology Major in Computer Programming, and Web Page Development.

Twenty-three years ago, he was a street child going somewhere else looking for a food and shelter to survive; a garbage collector, pedicab driver, baker, and janitor. He was a heavy drinker without dreams and goals in life. He lived in another family’s home and jumps to another family’s home again, and suffered a bullied and treated as a servant.

He is a bastard son; his father is a poor man. His life was affected by a life of fate, a life of chance, and life of choice.

Come and join him to explore the journey of his life, how he was affected and reacted by the life of fate, the life of chance, and a life of choice.

“Please help me to spread the words of God, to tell to the street children and orphans that there is a “Hope” behind the dark streets. That being a street child will not forever on the street.” – John Snow

 

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