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- ASIN : B00AVRFO6W
- Publisher : Lamp of the Heart Productions, LLC (1 January 2013)
- Language : English
- File size : 545 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 207 pages
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How can it get better than that?Reviewed in the United States on 13 May 2014
I discovered this wonderful lady via a show on Buddha at the Gas Pump. Something about her essence resonated with me. I immediately bought the book but did not start reading it until now. The book really blew my mind. She has gems all over, all over. Very, very deep insights. I learned a lot from that book. Something about reading it soothes my system, helps me to be more present and really refreshes me. I now use it as night time book. As a side comment, I purchased the Kindle version and I am not sure if it is because it is Kindle or what but I noticed a lot of typos as well as in the grammar. I am not sure if the author had the book reviewed by an editor or what. Or whether she plans to do that in a future edition of the same book. Regardless, in spite of these "stylistic" mistakes, I still believe the book deserves 5 stars or more. This woman is a gift to the planet. I like that in spite of her young age and of the abuse she has gone through, she is so humble, so down to earth and she really understands how the human psyche works. She really does, which is why her book touched me so deeply. In this book, she really says it all. Very inspiring person. Her book has a powerful effect on me. I cannot imagine that whomever purchases this book would not be blessed. One line was example that struck me in her book among so many others is "the greatest gift of love we can give someone. especially our children, is to let go." How can it get better than that?
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