February 3, 2007

Everyday Grace, Everyday Miracle

When we are doing well and during the darkest times of our lives, we are surrounded by grace, mercy, and even miracles—every single day. What keeps us from more fully experiencing this truth? We are limited by a lack of connection to our true self, a lifetime of the habit of going it alone, and the need to learn how to completely surrender to grace. Once we know how to live by faith and learn how to tune into the Divine, we can experience deep gratitude and find far more joy in our lives.

Everyday Grace, Everyday Miracle shares the story of a remarkable woman who successfully remade her life in the midst of adversity and who now leads women and men to their larger lives. Other profoundly inspiring stories come from men and women around the world who connect readers to a life-changing truth—that our everyday experiences are full of gifts from God.

Jamaica-born Lorna Owens is a graduate of the University of Florida School of Law, Gainesville, Florida and has operated her own law practice since 1993, practicing in the area of criminal law and entertainment law. She has represented major clients in negotiating management contracts, distribution deals, recording contracts, performance contracts and advised them on advertising and marketing.


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