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It has been said that no sooner are we born, we begin to die. Still, our perspective can just as easily be that no sooner are we ... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

It has been said that no sooner are we born, we begin to die. Still, our perspective can just as easily be that no sooner are we born, we begin to live. As a student of life, you may discover that there are sadly far too many of us who never really live, but rather simply exist. We squander our youth foolishly only to find ourselves in the autumn of our lives filled with sadness and regret. Some of us become old and tired long before our body ages, left to face the finality of our lifetime in solitude and despair. Oh to be young again and know then, what we know now! What would we have done differently, and what might we have shared with others who may have never truly come to know us? But what determines how much time is left to live life to the fullest? When is it ever too late? Life can change in an instant, and that moment is now. Begin your journey today and discover how one thought, one choice, one specific moment can make one day of life worth more than a lifetime of simply being. Challenge yourself with every turning page to experience the ultimate transformation of your spirit. Allow the student of life within you to evolve into a genuine master of living. Accept your purpose and find absolute fulfillment in the knowledge that if you are here, it is because you are meant to be. Rejoice in knowing that Living Is For Everyone!



Autorentext

Born and raised in a middle-class family, Ana M. Romero grew up with her two brothers and Cuban parents who strongly embraced their cultural background while equally appreciating the opportunities found only in America. Strong connections with extended family led her to explore the dynamics of all relationships. She started her professional career as a youth counselor and social worker for a government program where working with children from dysfunctional families helped her see the effects of social and economic circumstances. Ana lost her maternal grandmother to cancer in 1977. Having never experienced such a loss, this one event changed her life forever. Ana married in 1979 and gave birth to her only son, Christian, in 1981. His birth had an even greater impact on the author's life than her grandmother's death. She found that this immeasurable blessing and the joy that followed provided closure, complete acceptance, and deeper understanding of life's natural cycle and God's greatest miracle. Christian's birth was truly the author's defining moment. From that day on, no challenge ever went unnoticed, and no achievement ever went unappreciated. Life was now a journey not to be traveled alone. After a difficult divorce, Ana resumed her education, researching both conventional and unconventional perspectives of life, death, spirituality, and the relationships that define our existence. Dr. Ana M. Romero established Abacus International Worldwide Marketing, Inc. (A.I.W.M.) in 1999 and lives in South Florida, with her husband Steve, whom she married in 2005. As an international singer/songwriter, poet, motivational speaker, marketing consultant, corporate trainer, and personal growth advisor, her love of L.I.F.E continues to grow.

Produktinformationen

Titel: L.I.F.E.
Untertitel: Living Is for Everyone
Autor:
EAN: 9781504927383
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: AuthorHouse
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 120
Veröffentlichung: 17.12.2015
Dateigrösse: 4.2 MB