Soul Stirrings: How Looking Back Gives Each of Us the Freedom to Move Forward
Are there parts of your past that you hide, cover up or simply push aside because they are less than mainstream? Embarrassing? So outside of "normal" you think no one would understand? Begin to peel back the layers of your past and you'll find that those memories--the good and the bad--are all part of what's brought you this far and what will take you further still. Soul Stirrings is a profoundly honest and absorbing story rich with people, land, love, laughter and sadness--the timeless engravings on one women's start in life and her starting over. Read this book and begin to come to terms with the self you may have left behind. Book jacket.
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