Privileged Grace: The Ultimate Stop!

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AuthorHouse, Aug 30, 2012 - Antiques & Collectibles - 210 pages
My main message is if we fight our own demons, learn to forgive and love ourselves, do and attract the good, then we can reach our inner peace, where all other blessings stem from. When we reach this point, we do not have the need to fight or hurt one another, thus, tolerance, compassion, acceptance, and hopefully, earthly peace. In my book Privileged Grace, previously published as Walking with the Vain Cattle in 2009, I shared through the best truth I knew, my deepest thoughts, emotions, pains, challenges, dreams, gradual healing, evolution, insights, and triumphs which led me to my light. Of course, each of us will have different quests and battles to reach happiness and peace. Mine were mainly dealing with the conformity, banality, mendacity, and evil of our world, such as war, corruption, slander, manipulation, abuse, etc., and to top it, my own ego. This might explain the choice of the previous books title. Simply, this was the diary of my spiritual journey, and I know that this odyssey is still at its beginning. But as any other book, movie, or a piece of theatre, it either brings you laughter and tears, guidance, awareness, realizations, smiles, messages, inspiration, etc., or it doesnt. It is up to you to see it from any point of view you please or simply view its points, and then you can still distort it, if you wish! Thank you for reading me, and hope this book brings you insights and answers, which might help you define and reach your inner light and peace. God bless.

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I am Amal Islim. Name means: the Right Hope. I am an author, poetess, songwriter, psychologist, consultant and above all an explorer. At the age of 17, I departed my home in Jordan, moved to Germany, then England, then Canada, then the United States, then Switzerland, now in Spain, and God knows where life will take me tomorrow. But as all these explorations did not satisfy my soul, I started to look into the beyond to find a greater meaning, the absolute, therefore, left all for a spiritual journey and wrote this book to document it.

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