Best Friendship Beacons

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 28, 2012 - Reference - 84 pages
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Best Friendship Beacons is a collection of personal life reflections regarding best friendship connections. The reader will come to appreciate how life is made more rewarding as you discover the beauty of having a lasting best friend relationship. This creative work is very insightful, delightful, amusing, and sobering as it targets numerous best friend relationship scenarios. B. L. Gordon skillfully demonstrates how life is made more beautiful when a best friend mirrors your goodness as your double. Thats when you discover that you are not alone. That is the beginning of realizing that you having an inner source that is your essence, which reaffirms the fact that you are innately good and deserving of being happy, as you attract another individual in your life with the same kindred spirit. What an awesome experience, two individuals agamically bonding and sharing a relationship based on unconditional and unselfish love.

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B. L. Gordon currently resides in Memphis, Tennessee. She is a graduate of Carver High School and Rhodes College in Memphis. She states that she is a retired but not expired public assistance supervisor with the State of Tennessee. She currently works part-time as a substitute teacher. She also writes best friendship articles for examiner.com, which has inspired the writing of this book. She is a doting grandmother and states her granddaughter has brought her a renewed vigor for life. She finds more enjoyment in the simple, fun things that involve fun activities with Aleyah, her five-year-old granddaughter. At the age of fifty-seven, she found herself a widow after thirty-five years of marriage. She refocused her interest in writing to fill the deep void created by the loss of her husband and best friend. She states she is slowly rediscovering her passion for life, fueled by many wonderful memories of the joy and happiness that her husband, Charlie (affectionately known as Chas), brought to her life. Happiness, she states she has finally come to understand, is a state of mind. She has learned what it means to smile no matter how bad your heart aches and that she is blessed and highly favored to have shared so many years with someone who made her laugh and was her best friend and confidant, as well as her lifelong partner.

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