I'm sure by now you know the history of wassailing as provided through Wikipedia and that it is the practice of people going door-to-door singing Christmas carols. Well today we're going to be outside of John T. Wills'
Listen for us caroling outside your doors John cuz: Here We Come A-Wassailing".
I was really excited when I fell across John T. Wills’ page Thought Provoking Perspectives. Just the title of the page made me want to visit it. His topics really made me think and yet it seems as if his personal opinions are not forced on you. From there I followed his links to his other site John T. Wills Chronicles where there are a constant flow of timely interesting articles.
John T. Wills is a Speaker, Author, Professor/Teacher, Radio Host, member and past officer of several Business/Community/College Board’s, a Volunteer, and friend to many. Regardless of the worldly titles given, John prefers to be called a man.
I love the fact Mr. Wills is in the mindset to promote other authors regardless of race and without cost to them.I implore you to visit his sites and take time to listen to his author interviews.
If you are an author and would like to be a guest on The Book Tree Radio Show, you are invited to contact:
John T. Wills
LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEWS
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/john-t-willschronicles Time:8:30(7:30 ct) PM every Wednesday Call-in Number: (347) 989-1049
John T. Wills is a man who believes education is the single most important ingredient necessary to neutralize those forces that breed poverty and despair. This philosophy planted the seeds that cultivated a life, which is "Just a Season" - the novel.
His favorite quote-I only have a minute. Sixty seconds in it. Didn't chose it, can't refuse it, its up to me to use it. It's just a tiny little minute but an eternity in it. You can change the world but first you must change your mind.... Made a gigantic impression on me. I have always believed a single person can make a giant change whether it benefits or hinders success. Mr Wills strives to make a change in the positive. Join me in sharing a little Christmas cheer and wassail on over.
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