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Living Intensified for Elevation
by Steve Canty, USN (RET) Chief, PH Mason, 32 Deg.
“Even when you do wrong, God gives second chances. It’s called TOMORROW.”
Living Intensified for Elevation is a thought-provoking work. Steve Canty has developed and cultivated ideas for living through his extensive reading, understanding, familial lessons, and observations of day-to-day life. Steve Canty writes judgment-free, intending to guide readers toward a more elevated and enlightened state of mind.
Encouraging the reader to take a step back, Living Intensified for Elevation examines everyday situations. In doing so, we are able to more closely evaluate life for what it’s really worth. Every day may be a struggle, but as long as you allow God to walk with you, you need never give up. Persistence is key as Canty says, “When you do wrong, God gives second chances. It’s called TOMORROW.”
About the Author
Author and Chief Operations Specialist Steve T. Canty began his U.S. Navy career on June 19, 1990 after graduating from Elloree High School in Orangeburg, South Carolina. His naval career has been extensive and taken him to locations ranging from home in South Carolina to Spain and Bosnia. He severed two Gulf Deployments and one Mediterranean cruise. During this Mediterranean cruise, Steve Canty met his wonderful wife, Antoinette Smalls.
In 1998 he attended Aegis School in Wallops Island, VA and was assigned to the USS Hue City (CG-66) in Mayport, Fl in 1998. While there he attended ASTAC (Anti-Surface/Subsurface Tactical Air Control) School and began an illustrious career as an air controller extending the surveillance and weapons range of his command.
In December of 2001 Chief Canty received orders to Master-At-Arms “A” School Lackland Air force Base, San Antonio, TX. While in Air Control School he accumulated over 1,000 hours of air control time. He was recognized as Sailor of the Year in 2005.
Chief Steve Canty is the son of Eartha Mae Darby of Santee, SC and the husband of Antoinette D. Canty of Charleston, SC. He has a younger Sister Shawanda who is married and lives in Columbia, SC and a younger brother Terrell who lives in Santee, SC.
(2014, Paperback, 30 pages)