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13 Decisions That Will Change Your Life Paperback – November 6, 2014
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About the Author
An award winning writer for more than 20 years, Sheila Hudson’s essays, travel columns, features, and humor have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Chocolate for Women series, From the Heart collection, Not Your Mother’s Book series, The Book of Hope, God Allows U-Turns, and The Expressive Heart anthology. Her by-line appears in books, magazines, newspapers, and online publications, including The Lookout and Christian Standard magazines, The Costumer Magazine, Just Between Us, the Purple Pros columns, and as correspondent to the Athens Banner Herald. Sheila joined Southeastern Writers Association in 1992 and has served on the Board of Directors including two terms as President. She, along with her husband, founded Bright Ideas, a ministry dedicated to communicate hope and inspiration. Through Bright Ideas, the Hudsons foster hope and inspiration through writing, speaking, presentations, and informational media. They serve on Board of Southeastern Writers Association and SonSafaris, Inc., a ministry devoted to experiencing God through his creation. Sheila has taught classes on writing basics, techniques, and anthology submission. She and her writing partner, Amy Munnell, have taught classes and given presentations to local community groups. Her work has appeared internationally and been translated into Korean. Sheila also leads workshops on Christian topics including forgiveness, unconditional love, and marriage.
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Life is full of choices. What Hudson does is help us see how much control we have over those choices. For example, do we decide to be negative about everything or do we decide to embrace joy? People who have little tend to show generosity. People who have suffered the most tend to show compassion. Examples of life's mysteries.
One decision I'd suggest you make is to read this book and then share it with a friend.
I admire her for opening up her heart and soul as an example for others to learn from and follow.
The scriptures and quotations Hudson reference are at once fitting and inspirational.
Kudos to Mrs. Hudson!