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International Author L J King Shares Benefits To Doing Random Acts of Kindness

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KingLawrence J. King is a U.S. Army Veteran who lived in Europe from 1979 - 1994. During those years he was a Martial Arts instructor teaching Tae Kwon Do, the Korean style of self defense to the men and women of the Armed Forces, and a Multi Channel Communications Equipment Operator.

Mr.King was recently cast in a minor role ( Undercover Drug Task Force Agent) in the upcoming movie from Grace Mar Entertainment's new features film called Niwot's Curse.....

Mr. King has written a book called Hate and Discrimination in America, which is about politically correct and politically incorrect topics that address the issues of Hate and Discrimination in this country

He is the author of a book called What The Hell Were You Thinking? It is a collection of key life experiences and reflections with an emphasis on a Buddhist approach to life.

His latest book is called Crossroads To Recovery. This book is about positive change in order to benefit those people that can't seem to live in the present moment because of a past traumatic and/or devastating experience. Mr. King illustrates helpful hints and tips on how to get over the past and how to regain your self esteem so that you can move into the right here, right now, moment of your life.

Larry King also produced three DVD’s:

  • Way of the Feet and Hands
  • Ancient Secrets Revealed
  • American Biker

The DVD's: Ancient Secrets Revealed and Way of the Feet and Hands, Mr King shares his talents and highlights martial arts topics from his days as a global award winning martial arts instructor. The American Biker DVD is a documentation and slide show of a bikers way of life. Mr. King currently works in the mental health field, helping people who are mentally and physically challenged cope with everyday life.

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