Category Archives: Spirituality | Inspiration

Book Review: Recipes For A Sacred Life by Rivvy Neshama

“Recipes For A Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles” by Rivvy Neshama is a cute little find! It all started when Rivvy got married and her mother gifted her with a recipe scrap book that you add your own recipes in. There were two cooking recipes only. Rivvy started adding a couple as …

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Book Review: Keep Going: From Grief to Growth by Aimee DuFresne

  Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year Creative Non-Fiction   I’ve just finished reading “Keep Going: From Grief to Growth” by Aimee DuFresne. It’s definitely not my usual reading genre, but I’m happy I did. In “Keep Going: From Grief to Growth,” Aimee shares with us a heartbreaking story about the loss of her true …

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Book Review: Every Day Quotes by Nathalie Montreuil

So, I agreed to read/review “Every Day Quotes” by author Nathalie Montreuil, but when the book finally arrived, I was rather taken aback. I wasn’t sure what I had been expecting, but I do know it wasn’t what I held in my hands. Where was the explanatory back jacket “blurb” that would provide the searching …

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Book Review: The Responsive Universe by John C. Bader

Have you ever wondered about words like: enlightenment and meditation? Maybe you have secretly wished that you could somehow figure out, and find, that oh so elusive “inner peace?” Well…you can start by picking up a copy of “The Responsive Universe: Meditations & Daily Life Practices.” “The Responsive Universe: Meditations & Daily Life Practices” is …

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When We Get Back Up: A Generation will Change

From the Introduction of “When We Get Back Up: A Generation Will Change,” author Sandra D tells the reader, “After emerging from a period of darkness where even a dream vacation became a personal nightmare, I patiently wrote this book based on actual events.  I give personal accounts of real life experiences.  In so doing, …

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The Dawn of Silva

In Olivia Wilde’s novel, “The Dawn of Silva,” Alex and Shari are casting for a movie.  Alex is dead set on having Ashlyn be the lead role in the film.  There is a problem though and that is that she cannot be found.  So, Shari sets out on a mission to track down the elusive …

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Rehearsing for Heaven

“Rehearsing for Heaven” is written by Mark Reed, a freelance writer who holds a Master’s degree in New Testament.  He has authored a variety of works including fiction, curriculum, and radio and video scripts.  In this current book, he attempts to take on some of the myths that we believe about heaven and tries to …

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The Imprint Journey: A Path of Lasting Transformation Into Your Authentic Self

“Our subconscious imprints are the deep-seated beliefs and messages we have received and internalized.  Once an imprint is internalized, it becomes a subconscious governing force in our lives. Our imprints form our emotional map, determining our ability to relate to self and to others. Imprints form our perceptions, values, and belief systems. Imprints determine the …

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Manifestation: The Jewel in You

The author believes there is a “black jewel” in each of us.  This jewel holds every decision and event of each of our lives.  Not only our lives, but every ancestor we have.  While that is a fascinating belief it was long winded and drawn out to the point of boredom. The repetitive use of …

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Book Review: A Little Book of Thank Yous: Letters, Notes & Quotes by Addie Johnson

As a big believer of acknowledging my gratitude, I was very excited to read this book.  I hoped it would give me guidance and samples of notes to write for all occasions for which I wanted to thank someone for the making me the recipient of his kindness.  So often it is difficult to eloquently …

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