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With gentle prodding, mystic and poet Joss Burnel invites you to re-evaluate the harsher, patriarchal view of a distant God and demonstrates just how personal a relationship with the Divine can be.
What I Know About Fibro is not your typical book about Fibromyalgia and how to live with it. I don’t, for one minute, think that I have the cure for Fibromyalgia. I only have my own story to share. I share it, in complete humility, in the hope that something in this little book will set you on your journey to find out what works for you.
By sharing how I came to be flare-up free, with a touch of poetry and a “So What?’ at the end of each chapter, I’m offering you, simply, the opportunity to engage in your own journey.
In Friends in Foreign Places: An Expat Anthology, thirty-five writers, most living as expatriates all over the world, share forty-five stories about expat friendships and being friends with expats in their own countries. Read how we found friends in the most unlikely ways: buried in earthquake rubble, a heroine aboard a speeding motorbike, a high-heeled clad architect with plumbing skills and many more.
On April 16, 2016, a catastrophe of magnitude struck Ecuador. Magnitude 7.8 to be exact. It struck small towns all along the northwestern coast, claimed 661 lives and left over 20,000 homeless. Seventy percent of the buildings in Canoa alone were destroyed, not only homes but the businesses that provide the population’s livelihood too.
Extending their family to encompass this disaster, authors from around the world have come together here to raise awareness and to raise money for the people of Ecuador, because this is what good authors do. They communicate. They communicate in words, in emotions, and above all, by telling stories.
The vision of this collection aims to explore all aspects of the
authentic integrity of the Divine Feminine, and the “swinging to the
opposite extreme” mentalities and actions that have emerged as the
Divine Feminine grows in acknowledgement and reclaims Her equal place
on Earth, as it should have been all along.
Written entirely by female authors for women and men both, this book
hopes to assist in finding that centre balance, fanning the flame of
equality and understanding, in the light of love and compassion.