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The Plate Spinner (ebook)

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The Plate Spinner
A Little Book for Busy Young Adults

Dev Menon

However lame the excuse, we still make it: “No time.” Dev Menon demolishes this excuse, not with a sledgehammer, not with one blow, but with a wit-by-wit series of chitchats, teasers and stories, matched by light-hearted images reminiscent of clowns and the circus. Readers will appreciate his non-threatening “I’ve gone through it too” approach. He stands with you, not against you.

The seemingly benign issue of time, if not handled wisely, can become malignant. We have only so much time in a day, a week, a month — and soon, all too soon, the years will catch up with us. The best part of our lives hurries past us, and we wonder if it has gone the way of waste and regrets. Could we have invested our time better? As in medical conditions, malignancy is best treated when detected in the early stages.

The Plate Spinner is directed primarily at young adults, those with a whole life ahead of them. But readers of all ages will profit from its probing questions, calling for mid-course corrections and setting us on track to a plate-spinning act worthy of the audience of One, the Lord Jesus who has this message for all plate spinners: “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36 KJV).

—Rev Dr David Wong
Senior Pastor
Zion Bishan Bible-Presbyterian Church

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ISBN: 978-981-09-3806-2
Format: Ebook (please read our ebooks policy)
Category: Christian Living
Publication Date: December 2014

Also available in print.

Timing Is Everything
Work
The Plate Spinner
Let Me Tell You a Story…
Doctor, Doctor… Am I a Little Unwell?
Murdered by Balance
A Diagnosis from an Unknown Author
A Lack of Rest
Resting
Let Me Tell You a Story… Again
Centring, Not Balancing
Let Me Tell You a Story… I Know a Man
A Time to Keep Silent
Epilogue

The Plate Spinner is directed primarily at young adults, those with a whole life ahead of them. But readers of all ages will profit from its probing questions, calling for mid-course corrections and setting us on track to a plate-spinning act worthy of the audience of One, the Lord Jesus who has this message for all plate spinners: “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36 KJV).

—Rev Dr David Wong
Senior Pastor
Zion Bible-Presbyterian Church

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