Yesterday, mortality may have caught up with me. Today, I welcomed it as a future friend who will simply help me remember the present.
Life moves pretty fast and, in this always-on-the-go world that we find ourselves in, it’s becoming ever-harder to pause and reflect on what we see.
Yet, if we don’t, we miss the opportunity to experience the things that could truly change our lives.
The Little Book of Inspiration aims to be that opportunity to stop and savour not only the events around us, but the people, the experiences, the sights and sounds.
Through these inspiring stories and poems of love, redemption, and change, take a moment to really see all the inspirational treasures that are present.
Inspiration is all around us. All we have to do is look.
Praise for The Little Book of Inspiration
“I am going through a difficult life transition right now that involves some anger and a whole lot of resentment. This book came along at exactly the time I needed to find the strength to get up in the morning and believe in myself.…it gave me permission to be, and actually learn to like, myself.” Jennifer Pitt
“In sixty-six pages, you have bottled for the reader, insight of gratitude, poetry, story, and call to action. Little may be the title of your book but the ideas within are big and inspiring.” L.J. Ivers
“You know the series Chicken Soup for the Soul? Well, this is Sicilian Chicken Soup for the Soul and everyone knows that Sicilian or Italian chicken soup is the best remedy for anything that ails you.” Mark-John Clifford