From Trials to Triumph
While "From Trials to Triumph" is a not an easy book to read, but you soon realize the message the author is sending is clear. Anita Spaulding witnessed many hardships in her young life, perhaps too many for any one person to endure. However, by writing this book, Anita was able to let go of her past and move forward. She realized that the first step in her healing was to forgive. Without forgiveness, the memories of her past could never heal. The book covers her pain and her healing process. We can all learn a great lesson from her story. Nancy Grennier, South Plainfield Observer
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