100 Words of Wisdom for Women: A 31-day Exercise in Empowerment

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Renaissance Press Intl., May 24, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 174 pages
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100 Words of Wisdom for Women is destined to be a unique collection of wisdom, insight and reflections from the most powerful and eloquent women of our time. Its purpose is to inspire and guide the reader through a 31-day journey of self-discovery and empowerment. Proceeds from the book will support the Lend Me Your Hand national domestic violence advocacy campaign.
 

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100 Words of Wisdom forWomen:A 31-Day Exercise in Empowerment is a vault of wisdom, knowledge and insight into the essence of female power. It is also an interactive journal inviting the reader to plot her own course and record her own discoveries as she progresses along the path to empowerment. This anthology features uncommonly wise and gifted women provide revelation into the very core of life mastery for women. It is a collection of laughter and tears,stories and dreams, poems and psalms, wise sayings and the lessons of foolish mistakes. Their contributions give voice to the wisdom that is - and gives birth to the wisdom which is to come. Check out "Faith Through the Fire", page 26, contributed by Bev Welch. 

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Niambi Jarvis is CEO of Hiyaah Power.com, a dynamic online community for women of color. Hiyaah Power works with progressive organizations worldwide to facilitate revelation, resolution and restoration for women. Ms. Jarvis is the author of the 100 Words of Wisdom for Women: A 31-Day Exercise in Empowerment and has appeared in print, on television and radio including, Black Entertainment Television (BET), BET.com, Good Morning America, Black Enterprise, and XM Satellite Radio.

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