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Karen is a course junkie, an avid reader, a mother, spouse, and a social worker/therapist extraordinaire. She specializes in trauma recovery.
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When change felt impossible and problems insurmountable, did you put your dreams on hold? Fears, insecurities, obstacles, and crappy circumstances once blocked our life goals too.
Read our stories, enjoy a glimpse into our imperfect lives, and know you too have everything it takes to get past what holds you back.
Organized by Kelly McCausey of Love People + Make Money.
Stories Contributed By These Co-Authors:
Rosie Battista, Melissa Brown, Lynette Chandler, Nicole Dean, Michelle Garrett, Pam Hamilton, Tishia Lee, Lady Rayven Monique, Maruxa Murphy, Nadine Rodriguez, Hazel Palache, Benecia Ponder, Karen Robinson, Val Selby, Janna Lynn Skroch, Lane Therrell, Kirsten Womack, Dr. Melissa Peet and Therese Sparkins.
Foreword written by Rachel Marie Martin.
All new for 2022!
The Community Book Project: Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude People from all walks of life join together in this thought-of-the-day collection of essays. This book brims with appreciation without crossing the line to sappy or too “woo-woo.” Instead you will find evidence that harnessing the power of gratitude can be a life-changing force. Inside are stories about the things, people, circumstances, and events the contributors that bring gratitude to everyday life.
These “gratitude-in-real-life” stories are about more than the polite "thank yous" we casually exchange every day. They're testimonials to the people and things we often take for granted. Join us in this growing movement of people from around the world who have committed to asking themselves this simple yet profound question every day of the week--what am I grateful for? Lead editor Donna Kozik is a USA TODAY and WALL STREET JOURNAL bestselling author.
Find out how to be included in the next Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.
This inspirational thought-of-the-day book brings together a community of contributors who wrote brief yet compelling essays about the little things that uplift them and make life more fun and interesting.
They talk about the books that they held dear in childhood, the gardens that bring them peace and tranquility and the pets that they snuggle for comfort. There are also tales of travel and dancing in the rain, plus stories around the campfire and even a recipe for everyone’s favorite comfort food: chicken soup!
The Community Book Project: Celebrating the Little Things in Life gives a nod to those people, places and memories that bring a smile even during tough times.
Join us in escaping from everyday troubles, even for a brief time, and celebrate the little things that make life good!
The stories are often raw and vulnerable, reflections on the human experience in all of its messy yet perfectly aligned beauty.
Readers are encouraged to approach this book in whatever way feels right. The stories can be read in order and from beginning to end, or at random. Either way, take time to pause and reflect on the story and its message before moving on to the next chapter.
The authors’ journeys and revelations will help you gain insight into the messages and lessons you’ve received in your own life, providing clarity and inspiration as you endeavor to find your own divine direction!
•• Divine Direction Co-Authors ••
Ardra Caldwell • Breyuna Williams • Cheryl Graham • Cindy Beckles • Crystal Reilley • Jennine Carter • Karen Lynn Robinson • Karen Skinner • Katherine James • Kathy Haynie • Kelly McCausey • Kenya Williams • Lady Rayven Monique • Lesa Dale • Lisa Antley • Maureen Riley • Patricia Ortega • Paula Ames • Stephanie Sherwood • Sue Fattibene • Tracy Mitchell • Treyonda Towns
Editor's Note: Ten years ago we were ten years removed from 9-11 and my Done for You Book Publishing company was looking for a way to give my subscribers a way to mark the occasion. We produced “The Gratitude Book Project: A Celebration of Personal Heroes.” It marked a milestone since that September day no one will forget--one of time and distance and, for most, healing. Now it’s ten years after that. I wanted to revisit the theme of personal heroes once again and feel that although the time and distance from 9-11 has helped more with that healing, other things have caused more strife and tears in the fabric of our country and the world. It seems like it’s time once again not to look at those who bring us down and tell them what’s wrong, but instead focus on those who lift us up, no matter the circumstances, and help us see what’s right.
It’s time to put the attention--and the praise--on our personal heroes.