AN INSIGNIFICANT LIFE: Overcoming the Fear of Being Gay

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iUniverse, Dec 20, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
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Miracle has begun her journey from deep within herself to emerge into a meaningful and somewhat happy existence. Exiting the closet door which has been closed shut for most of her life she makes a choice to reveal to family and friends her true self.

Being gay is not a crime as she has been told by society, religious institutions and clergy. Nobody knows her relationship with God except God Himself.

She sought the support of therapy to learn to heal from childhood tragedies and gain understanding that whatever, whoever she was as a person is not to be denied by anyone.

As long as God loves her everyone else is should take heed. Her contributions in life are just as significant as those who would condemn her.

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