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Inhaltsangabe: Everyone wants to live life to the very fullest. The need for guidance and direction is uppermost in our heart and mind whenever we are experiencing some change or transition in life. This book offers concrete assistance in moving through the inevitable life changes we all encounter and the means by which we can do so with comfort and grace. It seems to be human nature to rebel against negative expressions, such as "thou shalt not." Most of us do not appreciate being told what not to do. In this book, the author reframes what appear to be constrictive prohibitions into positive commitments that one can make-not to any outer authority figure, but to one's own self. Readers will benefit from a myriad of fresh insights into the role that repetitive negative patterns play in reliving the drama and negativity of daily life and contribute to a sense of limitation and powerlessness. We are able to more fully experience all-encompassing goodness and love when we are set free from the bondage of limited thinking.
Über den Autor: Robin B. Haruna completed an M.A. at Northern Illinois University and attended the Unity School for Religious Studies. She has been the minister for ten years at Unity of Bandon, a nondenominational church in Bandon, Oregon. Robin is involved in the development, funding, and implementation of community programs that directly serve and benefit those most in need.