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21 July 2005

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Pip

While the story is inspirational, I have to admit that it is a downright cliche to have a close call with death and then become an evangelist. I don't think God "saves" people so that they can become preachers. Maybe he "saves" them so they can just remember that life is short and should not be taken for granted.

Jus

The story is indeed inspirational. And, in reply to Pip, I suggest that another possibility exists. That is that God saves you [no quotations] to establish in your mind what's already clear to God, nameley, that God's positioning in one's life can not be filled by any other. The connotations of that revelation tend to free a person up to do things which he or she might not otherwise have pursued. In essence it makes them fearless. And it specifically innoculates that person against negative input. Afterall those on the outside observing this phenomenon and commenting about what they see are not able to fill God's shoes and certainly could not do for that person, what God has done in their lives. By the way it's a pretty tell tale sign of a lack of experience with God and also quite cliche to assert that one "won for the home team" would not be commissioned to be a fisher of men.

Nathan "Seven" Scott

i loves me some kevin... he's very inspiring... when i grow up. i say when i grow up i want to achieve some of the things that he has. keep up the good work kev!

RUSSELL FOSTER

I'M A BIG FAN ON MISS NATALIE COLE I LUV HER SO MUCH I JUST WANTED TO SAY THANKS SO MUCH 4 THAT BOOK I BROUGHT THREE COPIES N I LUV IT TO DEATH ,,,,,,, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ,,,,,,PEACE

blue

Not only have I read it, loved it & often keep referring BACK to it, but UNCLUTTER has earned a permanent spot in the forefront of my bookcase.

This book is about so much and it encompasses large vistas of the heart and soul. The author reveals, no matter his successes, that he, like all of us, remains a work in progress... but what inspiring work it is!

Chiefly, UNCLUTTER is a book about UNlearning engrained behaviors that keep us stifled in the scenary of unproductive thought, and gyp us from recognizing/receiving the blessings due to us. It is also about REthinking the way we live, love, react, grieve and receive life's lessons in an entirely new and productive way.

And throughout the text, there is the voice of Kevin E. Taylor: vibrant, challenging and familiar as a wise uncle/hip cousin/ downhome-keeping-it-real spiritual guide showing you the way out of your own *clutter* and straight to the path of a New Clarity.

In short, this book is a must-have, must-read, should-be-a-mandatory read. That's real, yo!

BRAVO... to Kevin E. Taylor!

Kudos to you, Rod, for shouting-out it to your readers.

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