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You can't buy happiness, so why not embrace the LIFE YOU LOVE? Imagine the freedom to live life unapologetically doing exactly what you love doing.
The "Life I Love" is an anthology of true stories revealing transformations that lead to living a life worth celebrating while embracing the NOW!
In Taralyn's chapter entitled Bare Your Bones, Taralyn shares the the conflict involved in shedding the dysfunction of the known for the seemingly uncertain path of the unknown; a chance at emotinal and spiritual peace and stability.
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"The Life I Love" will inspire, comfort and give you hope for a life you've only imagined. As you read these stories of triumph and faith you will discover that no matter the pain, past or hardships you face, there is an amazing life of Joy you can love, waiting in the arms of Jesus."
~Tina Joy Cochran - Founder, Sword of Joy Academy
After reading, I couldn’t help asking what role we men play in moving our mate's/family's life experiences north or south, specifically, systemic behaviors relating to a man's nurturing habits and just being a good dude.
My favorite Proverb was embraced within; A smile makes people happy. Good news makes them feel better. Proverbs 15:30 - NIV ("Light in a messenger's eyes brings joy to the heart, and good news gives health to the bones"). Live by this... Valley experiences are inevitable, finding strength to maintain positive emotions is beneficial to health and happiness. I am encouraged that the writer finds life value in this scripture.
All my brothers need to read this table book, pray, and do better by all people especially women. Womans emotions are much more evident than those of man, to include her will to live right through good and bad, pain and sufferings.
~ Artis of Artis Photography
"From motherhood and careers to self doubt and new beginnings, the Life I Love covers so many different challenges that women experience daily. The beauty is that it gives women who are silently struggling, hope that things do get better, comfort that they are not alone, and courage to tell their own story.
It is real in that it shows fear, failure, disappointment, and vulnerability. Yet it is encouraging as it details different accomplishments and successes. Regardless of any obstacle, The Life I Love shows that whether through faith, the support of your family and friends, or your own perseverance, you can live a life you love."
~ Alexandra L Morgan DVM~ Atlanta GA