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A Place Called Peace Paperback – December 1, 2015
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About the Author
Glenda K. Harrison is the creator of the fashion and lifestyle blog So What to Twenty. She earned her degree from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.
Although fashion and style are important to her, Harrison’s real passion is reminding others of the importance of self-love and using one’s God-given gifts and talents. Her blog inspires readers to view fashion as an all-encompassing vehicle and encourages women to explore their personal gifts, style, femininity, and, most importantly, inner beauty.
The death of her mother spurred Harrison to launch A Daughter’s Heart, a cancer support service that partnered with hospitals to provide love and support to women undergoing cancer treatment. She put aside that work to focus on her lifelong dream of touching lives through her writing.
Harrison currently lives in Southern California with her husband, Frederick, and their two sons, Sean and Christian.
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Glenda paints her story in the stages of a butterfly's metamorphosis, and does so so assiduously , that you feel like you have taken the journey with her. She travels from stage to stage, accepting some hurtful memories and uses them, at last, to achieve her true potential.
A metaphor like this could be trite in the hands of someone not as gifted as Glenda, but Glenda dazzles, as the story culminates in a blissful moment of clarity and transformation. This is the way to start a New Year!
Glenda tells us her difficult choices, her struggles with self esteem, and how she worked her way through. Her story is an inspiration for those within whom a wounded child dwells. She gives us hope and compassion for our own struggles as she shares the difficult decisions she made to become whole and healthy in the end.
I also like the relatable analogies of the butterflies of how one can metamorphize into a true jewel no matter the circumstances in life. This book is a must read for anyone wanting to accomplish their life dreams.
with the world. People search a lifetime and perish without finding true peace. This book will change lives... It has touched mine....
A must read. You'll find it hard to put down. Captivating from beginning to end.