This Is What Love Looks Like, Too

This Is What Love Looks Like, Too

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Do you recognize and honour Love as it happens in your life? Every day? Every minute? Can you recognize Love in its vagaries and varieties and hues and shades: the colour, taste, smell, sound, sight of Love - or is it only a feeling that you recognize? It might surprise you to realize that we all want Love, talk about it, search for it, dream of it, yet, we so often fail to recognize it when we are graced with its presence. THIS IS WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE, TOO is a journal within a journal, a daily honouring of Love's grace. Each day has a real-life occurrence of Love experienced by the author to help the reader understand how big little acts of Love really are in our daily lives. Recognizing, honouring, and writing down the little acts of Love on a daily basis will help the reader to shift the perception from a position of doubt and fear to realize that most, in fact, probably, all, events have Love in them - the challenge is for each of us to take the time to recognize the gift and then to savour and honour it and take it into our hearts and lives. Experiencing a near death experience, Dr. Grover Dix was given the cosmic chance to choose whether to actively live or to passively continue to die. When she chose life, her total orientation and perception changed. She has accepted the responsibility to think and act and believe that her life's purpose here is to learn about the varieties and vagaries of Love and to share these with others by writing, teaching, 'planting seeds', acting as a catalyst. She continues to learn about the metaphysical mysteries of life, sharing these understandings back out with others who may find them helpful. All is good, and so it more

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  • Paperback
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 21.59mm | 639.56g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508717540
  • 9781508717546