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McDowell somehow sends us a message. It tells us to be open-minded and considerate with the persons around us. Oftentimes, we tend to be opinionated particularly if we see a pattern of wrongdoings in others. McDowell teaches us to be objective in looking at things and circumstances. For we, too, are not perfect. We do not and cannot know what’s running in someone else’s head and how the circumstances affect his inner being. After all, at the end of the day, life is not all about being on top or bottom, fame and glory. It’s about knowing – or rediscovering – who you are.
William Coles is one author whose works are worth reading. In fact, I look forward to reading his other books. I recommend McDowell to any age group. Beginner writers can learn a lot from Coles’ style.
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