If you are anything like James L. Sepulveda, a former criminal defense attorney and longtime prosecutor, you often wonder why people just can't get along. You might also ask yourself why the same issues continue to give us problems.
Maybe it's because people hide from the truth. The truth can be an inconvenience, but without it, there can be no wisdom. And without wisdom, the mistakes of the past will be repeated.
In this collection of essays, Sepulveda takes on the elephants in the room that he confronted again and again during his career as a lawyer. He frames problems and offers solutions to topics wide and varied, including:
- • Why do men and women so often misunderstand each other?
- • Why doesn't government operate as efficiently as it should?
- • What is the biggest threat to our society today?
- • Is the education system doing its job?
- • How can society beat drugs?
- • And much more!
Get ready to tackle the most important and problematic issues that face society. And more importantly, consider solutions that stimulate a discussion that can lead to wisdom in The Truth (As I See It).