Thank you for supporting the launch of my book Meditations Across The King’s River.
Since we launched the book last weekend, copies have been shipped to countries around the world.
I am grateful for your support of this popular book.
My elders in Africa are working spiritually to get this book in the hands of as many people as possible…
If you didn’t get a chance to order Meditations Across The King’s River yet, you can do so by visiting acrossthekingsriver.com.
Even if you only embrace a few of the spiritual or financial strategies in this book, 2019 can be a better year for you. This book has sixteen essays and powerful affirmations.
In the chapter, Nigeria: Escape and Immersion, I talk about my spiritual journey to Africa with my son, but I also talk about something we all struggle with — and that something is loss.
Loss is painful but it’s part of the human journey; it’s one of the most difficult spiritual lessons to learn. But we all have to learn it.
Loss can come in many ways: death of a loved one, a relationship or friendship, but there are other forms loss.
I can relate to your feelings of loss because I’ve experienced loss too…
But here’s what I’ve learned, Paulette. On a spiritual level, the lessons of loss challenge us to appreciate each moment, and to appreciate who’s still in our life, even though we may still miss those who are not.
Loss also teaches us that like nature, everything in life follows cycles and patterns.
When something ends, a new beginning is on the way, and it can be beautiful even though it’s difficult.
If you’re struggling with loss or anything else, feel free to send me an email…
I’ll respond as soon as I can. I’m slightly behind on emails, but I try to make it a point to respond to all emails I receive.
Again, here’s the link for more information about my book which can be purchased at Balboa Press.com, Amazon and Barnes and Nobles, acrossthekingsriver.com.
Until we speak again, have a safe and wonderful holiday season with your family.
All my love.
Author Meditations Across The King’s River