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A Divine Accident: A Memoir of Life, Love and Learning Paperback – February 21, 2017
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With a childhood spent in Hollywood, a father who is beloved by the entertainment elite, and all the shiny things money can buy, Carol Sorkin Hunter's life should be a fairy tale…right?
Yet the shadows that lurk behind Hunter's life mean she’s living in a nightmare she alone truly understands. A freak experience at a young age triggers a personal journey she could never have predicted.
As Hunter navigates the dark corners of the human experience—slipping into the murkiness of hopelessness and the terrifying realm of poverty—she realizes she has no idea where to turn.
A Divine Accident is the touching and inspiring true story of one woman's refusal to give up on herself when the world around her seems to have already done so. As she finds love and grace, Hunter slowly and surely begins to finally discover who she is.
With a heart full of unshakable faith, determination, and resilience to discover herself, Carol Sorkin Hunter uses her own experiences to inspire others. A Divine Accident: A Memoir of Life, Love and Learning reminds us all that the true fairy tales in life are often the ones we write ourselves.
About the Author
Artist Carol Sorkin Hunter's work not only spans artistic genres, it also crisscrosses the globe. Ms. Hunter was born on Long Island, New York, but grew up in California. She studied at the Art Center in Los Angeles and then traveled extensively throughout Europe, specifically to Rome where she spent an extended period of time. Over the past thirty years, She has put together an extensive portfolio of work, using a wide variety of media to highlight her talent for art.
Ms. Hunter has been married to R. Ian Hunter, a Michigan attorney, since 1979. They currently live in Bloomfield Hills and are parents of twin daughters: Lisa, an art therapist, and Jennifer, a psychologist. In addition to her artistry, she is an Emeritus Science of Mind Practitioner who lectures for the Science of Mind Church, composes music, and travels.
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 21, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 312 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1539406512
- ISBN-13 : 978-1539406518
- Item Weight : 14.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.98 x 0.65 x 9.02 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,948,030 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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California and eventually to Beverly Hills Michigan.
From a fairy book life in Beverly Hills California Carol shares truths regarding her food addiction and loss of self esteem which causes her to make several poor decisions.
Sometimes in life we learn that in order to become our "Best Self", much soul searching is needed. Such is the case in
Inspired by her "Girls, her "Husband Ian" and her "Spirituality", Carol journeys into a life highlighted by a period of enlightenment that allows her to develop and share a new awareness with others who may, as she once did need healing.
Reading "A Divine Accident" is like sitting down and having an afternoon chat with Carol. Her book extends that chat in an easy and conversational tone.
In addition to being an accomplished Author, is also a remarkable expressionist Painter. One of her works titled
"The Crucifixion" is housed in the "Kennedy Center" permanent collection.
With the publishing of this work, Carol may now add the title "Inspirationalist" to her list of professional accomplishments.
Carol's book grabs your attention and the story carries you quickly along on an interesting adventure through her childhood and early adult life
There is something for everyone in this book as she overcomes sugar addiction and several other unfortunate obstacles that could have destroyed many; but her belief in the power of prayer and a strong mind is the Divine Accident.
Her sensitivity that she acquired from all her life learning's is something we can all become skilled at.
Her discoveries about herself took time, but somewhere in her sole she had some sort of patience that kept her going. No matter your gender, this book is a must read