Small Steps, Huge Changes: The Extraordinary Moments of an Ordinary Life PDF (Adobe DRM) download by Phyllis Reed

Small Steps, Huge Changes: The Extraordinary Moments of an Ordinary Life

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Publication date: March 2011
ISBN: 9781462000562
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What is a sacred moment? Is it a big, sudden change in the direction of your life or your physical or mental state? Or is it a moment in which you understood your fears or made a choice to let something go? We may find our lives full of fear, hurt, or pain of loss, and even though these daily experiences have not caused major earthquakes or volcanic eruptions around the world, it is in these moments of our daily lives that we must look for our answers. In Small Steps, Huge Changes: The Extraordinary Moments of an Ordinary Life, writer Phyllis Reed shows us how it is possible to discover healing and joy by choosing to take just one small, courageous step.

Through reflections, remembrances, poems, and vignettes, Reed tracks her own small steps through realms as varied as love, parenthood, loneliness, fear, and connecting to places, other people, and holy presence. Each true story, told in Reed's conversational, nurturing tone, is a tribute to those who have found ways to live happily and healthily after great difficulties-to see the extraordinary in their everyday experiences.

Taken as a whole, these moments of rising and falling, of joy and defeat, become our sacred lives. Our sacred moments are our greatest gifts, and the choice is ours to step forward and accept and learn from them.

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