To be human means to try and sometimes fail, to love and sometimes lose, to risk and sometimes regret. There are times when we realize where our choices have brought us and we're afraid to be honest--with ourselves, with others, with God--about how we're really feeling and how we got to where we are. Because what if no one understands? What if they think less of us? What if God is disappointed with us? Eryn Eddy wants you to know that no matter your past mistakes, relationship status, career choice, or feelings, nothing can change the truth that you are so worth loving. In this openhearted book, she takes you by the hand and helps you look in, look up, and look out, exploring your relationship with yourself, God, and others. She gives you permission to feel deeply and openly before God, who isn't afraid of our feelings, no matter what they are. And she lovingly reminds you that you are not crazy, you are not alone, and you will get through this.
Stop waiting to be rescued, discovered, or given permission to wake up to the beauty, passion, and purpose that lies within you. As an emerging woman, you are meant to align and actualize, and live the truth of who you are. As a 21st century woman, you have a self to become, a purpose to fulfill, and you are being called to live authentically and share your unique gift or message with the world. The emerging woman is a FEMINISTA! She is about sensuality, beauty, blazing a trail, leading by example, and leaving a legacy. Your beauty and passion lies within and is waiting to be awakened. Wait no longer for someone to bring you flowers. Your joy, worth, and fulfillment will always be found by planting your own garden and decorating your own soul. YOU are the one you have always been waiting for!
Feeling responsible for the family of a man whose death he inadvertently caused, Ray Townsend struggles to assist the widow Jean and her family despite the resistance of many and his own flagging faith. Original.
Once transmigrated to the ancient era, he became an unloved and unloved little pawn. He sold her a few taels of silver to be a fool's wife. If it's raining, then so be it. It's better to protect her and love her than to let those black-hearted people take care of her. Ye Zichen rolled up his sleeves and started to get rich. It wasn't easy for him to live a fulfilling life, how could this fool not be stupid ...