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Death of a Career

  • 188 Pages
  • 3.22 MB
  • English
WinePress Publishing
Advice on careers & achieving success, Christian Life - Physical Health, Christian Life - Professional Growth, Mental Illness, Psychology-Mental Illness, Religion-Christianity - Christian Life - Physical Health, Careers - General, Christian Life - General, Religion, Religion - Christian
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11727167M
ISBN 10141410717X
ISBN 139781414107172

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In so highly esteeming Singleman and deeming his on-the-job death as dignified, respectable, and graceful, Willy fails to see the human side of Singleman, much as he fails to see his own human side. He envisions Singleman as a happy man but ignores the fact that Singleman was still working at age eighty-four and might likely have experienced.

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He himself got sick and was in a coma for days, during which time he experienced an angel, other realms of existence, and what he felt was source itself. Willy's job as a salesman has so consumed him that he believes that how you sell yourself, not skill or work ethic, is all important.

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