The Soul In Our Hearts
We all have a story within us. The story that is derived from what we have learned and experienced in our lives. These aren’t just my stories and thoughts, they are also yours. You will have many questions. You may even ask yourself - is he talking about me? Let’s start by asking some questions. What is our purpose? Are we put here to be hurt, or hurt others? Do we take what we’ve learned and pass it on to others? Are we living our lives as we choose, and listening to our hearts, minds, and souls? Do we know what those are? Do we have these skills, or know what these skills are? Are we realizing our full potential? All good questions. We first must realize that we are only human, and not perfect. We will make mistakes. We will answer these questions and many more. Discuss things you need to think about in order to help guide you on your path, and how to look at yourself and your life differently. Of what you've read, it is my desire for you to apply what you believe will help you in any aspect of your life. But that decision is yours. How honest can you be with yourself? Some of the stories you will read will be graphic, but all the stories are true. Real people, real situations, reality. They will place you in the heart of the situations. They may hit a nerve that applies to experiences in your own life, or those you know. We all need to find the answers within ourselves that will help us in our life. The path to finding those answers are written in this book. It’s not a book about data or statistics. It’s a combined result of years of seeing many things that most will never see, should never see, or experience. But its reality, a dirty job.
About Caesar Rondina (Fairfield County, Connecticut Author)
With over 35 years of working experience in the public health care system, Caesar Rondina has interacted with thousands of people from different walks of life. Running a range of cultures, races, and creeds. Often times, these encounters were amplified by the intensity of a life-or-death situation.
All things combined, Caesar Rondina’s real-life experiences have provided insight about the world we live in and how we choose to live in it. His writings are non-fiction narratives. His unique style of writing makes you feel like you're in the same room, just having a conversation. His experiences are not only a reflective account of the author’s experiences as a paramedic and firefighter, they are a guide for self-improvement and self-empowerment. As Caesar Rondina demonstrates within his writing's, the more we learn of ourselves, our weaknesses, as well as our triumphs in life; the more we understand how to overcome some of our internal issues, make better choices, and become better individuals.
About the Author
Caesar Rondina (@caesarrondina) is an author, businessman, educator, paramedic, master boat captain, and father to three adult children. Born in New England, he has attended universities in the fields of Education and Business Management. He has completed extended studies in the fields of electronics, medicine, and boating. He is a licensed paramedic and pre-hospital medical practitioner and educator. In addition, he holds a United States Coast Guard Master Captain’s license, and a National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers First Class Repair and Teaching certification, as well as several additional medical teaching certifications. While in college for music education, his primary instrument was guitar and played in numerous venues. He was a business owner for 17 years before becoming a career firefighter and paramedic.
Caesar Rondina continues to work as a paramedic and educator and continues to write.