Living on the Ragged Edge Author:Charles R. Swindoll In a world where success is measured by money, where "he who has the most toys wins," where anxiety, pressure, ulcers and stress are as common as gray flannel suits, Charles R. Swindoll brings us some good news--how to find joy and peace and happiness in the struggle! Exploring Solomon's ancient journal, Ecclesiastes, he offerrs new insights in... more »to the young king's quest to find pleasure in life under the sun--in work, lust, money, "toys"--and why such a pursuit is like "trying to catch the wind."
Solomon's ancient journal is filled with comments and questions we all ask about the futility of life...the emptiness, the disillusionment, the loneliness, the disappointments, the injustice of it all. But in twenty-four straight shooting chapters, Chuck Swindoll shows how to enjoy life--the bottom line of reality for everyday living:
*how to survive the rat race * how to "be bullish" * how to find wisdom * how to make the most of old age * how to stop existing and start living *
You'll see for yourself in these pages as Chuck Swindoll explores the young monarch's desperate search for something-anything-to satisfy. And best of all you'll learn how to comme to terms with reality as you discoveer the special ingredient that can bring lasting satisfaction to all of us living on the ragged edge.« less