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Number of Pages: 200
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.63 (inches)|
"This book is a voice of hope in an unhinged world. It is a candid, genuine guide for those who took, as Robert Frost wrote, 'The Road Less Traveled.'"
-Alfred Lackey PhD, Holistic Counseling Service
"Patricia Wilson has a ninety-chord love song to fuel the required emotional nutrients that we need. Surely within her book lies a distinctive Rhema for all of us.
-Connie Lackey, founder of the Ladies' Tea Ministry
"As I read Patricia's book, it enlightened me as to what God would intend us to do. 'The Lord said, Write the vision and make it plain upon tablets that he may run that readeth it.' (Hab 2:2)"
-Dick Halloran, Director, Life Abundant Bible College and Healing Rooms.
"In reading Patricia's book I received a blessing in that she was able to express herself with words that God would give her in her walk of faith with Him-even through the tragedy of her loss, knowing how God would sustain her and carry her to the next level. I found that her love for the Lord was expressed in each word I read. I know that anyone reading this book will come to know that there are treasures that only God can give. I believe from my heart that God has great and mighty things ahead for her."
-JoAnn Halloran, director of Life Abundant Ministry Healing Rooms.
"I have known Pat many years as a Christian sister, and she lives by 'Be doers of the Word and not hearers only.' James 1:22 (NKJV) I highly recommend this book to all as an inspirational devotion "
-Vickie Linnins, Teacher
"My friend, the young-hearted, godly enthusiast Pat Wilson, takes you face-to-face with life and love by rendering her ideas of love to the loveless and strength to the weak. She is inserting the keys to these mysteries as she sees fit, to help fill emptiness and mend brokenness. This book should be taken with you and used as positive energy for any day of your life as our 'Earth Angel' Pat intended it.
-Donna V. Foster, broker, realtor, and co-owner of Coldwell Banker Foster Real Estate, Inc
Anngladys GichuhiKenyaAge: 25-34Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Pondering the Reflections of Life and the Reflections of LoveJune 18, 2016Anngladys GichuhiKenyaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2Pondering the Reflections of Life and the Reflections of Love
By Patricia Louise
This book is full of beautiful, insightful reflections about life, written by Patricia Louise, from her experiences. It is a book to read again and again, picking just small parts at a time and meditating on the deeper meanings of what is written.
The book is written in a simple manner and is a relatively easy read, though one may need to pause often to think about what is being said.
Patricia offers advice within the book, such as this, My life has taken on many season. Each phase of life has a season. It is necessary to process and live through each part of every season.
She is able to put into words many thoughts that people have but find hard to express, words of joy and words of sadness as well, such as in the poem below.
MY FAITH IS NOT GONE
You have ignored me for your own reason.
You have passed me by and my heart felt treason.
Whatever the reason, let it be only known by you.
As fasr as trason, my hope is that it is not true.
My hope lingers on.
My faith is not gone.
By this act, I feel not discouraged.
By this act, I will not allow myself to be outraged.
But in my mind, I build confidence.
Your act of haste will not put me in defense.
This is certainly a good read, especially for women.
SanibelNew York, New YorkGender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Requires Careful ThoughtApril 5, 2013SanibelNew York, New YorkGender: femaleQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I have to admit I had to read and re-read the author's purpose and re-read the book again. My first pass on the book was when I was on a train. I wasn't fully immersed in the book and read the book like a fiction novel and became disinterested.
My second pass was to read the author's journey on a daily basis but that proved to be boring for me. I did not appreciate what the author's journey was and I had forgotten what I had read the day before.
My third pass the words caught my eye and I realized I cannot read this particular book like a novel but to read and think about the words the author is saying. I needed to be ready to read this book as the first two times I was not. I am glad I did not give up on the book as some of the author's words were what I was feeling at the moment.
I realized this book is highly personal to the author and wished she would have expounded on her thoughts more and maybe explain the content a little more with her readers. In conclusion, the book was an easy read but readers need to stop and think about the author's message before prodding on to the next page.