Overcoming Obstacles to Self-Discovery There is a conflict going on within us and we long to be free of it. On the one hand, we are caring, responsible, spiritually sensitive . . . but on the other, we are self-centered, greedy, bogged down by daily desires. Clifford Williams understands. Observant and sensitive to the human spirit, he reminds us that self-awareness is the only sure path to growth. His Daybreakers are fresh and insightful, showing us who we are and how to find the person we want to be. Offering a process long enough to last a year and flexible enough to use in any moment, each of these 365 reflections helps us identify our inner conflicts and then move beyond them. They tackle themes like restlessness, justifying ourselves, allowing ourselves to be loved, looking for goodness, and many more. Daybreakers helps us take a simple step toward keeping our lives in perspective and reminds us that each day is a new opportunity to discover who we are and where we are going. Clifford Williams is Professor of Philosophy at Trinity International University's Trinity College and serves as Chair of the Department of Philosophy. He earned a PhD from Indiana University and a BA from Wheaton College. He is also the author of With All that We Have, Why Aren't We Satisfied?