In this second book authored by Pastor Willie D. Brown, readers will discover it's not where you begin in life, but what you can become at life, when you dismiss dismal declarations about your possibility from people, and exercise faith as the focal factor for your future. When you come from one of the most impoverished communities in the country, many times failure is expected. The question toward expectation is not "if," it's sadly and simple "when." In your reading of "Wouldn't Take Nothing for my Journey," you will discover that even when surrounded by skeptics and cynics, remember that the statistician on;y "predict" but you ultimately "produce" the end result. Never allow your skeptics to sabotage your success with their stereotypical, saturated predictions. Things may not be good initially, but if you persistently press forward past the predictions of people, it will ultimately work out for your good. From the heart of the hoot, to a distinguished nearly 32 year DOD Civil Service career, culminating with an "Early Retirement" finale, you will see the fruit and the proof produced as a result of failure refusal, despite life's forecast by folks. The journey is truly not just a joy ride of high and happy days but one filled with a combination of joys and jolts. As you dive into the depth and details of this true to life autobiography, readers will discover while riding in the chariot of my personal life experiences, that your beginning may not "initially" be good but if you keep the faith and stay the course, it will "ultimately" become good, with blessing that are exceedingly and abundantly above anything you can begin to imagine.