Things to Hold Our Spirit When Our Feet Have Lost Their Ground: A Brief Book Review

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With all of the things in the world that have been pulling our focus from here to there, we can find ourselves spinning about. We can easily begin to mentally reel from the hits that seem to come from everywhere. During this time, I would like to share a book that I am currently reading  in hopes that you will check it out. If you are going through an emotional upheaval that seems like nothing makes sense anymore, I truly believe that this first person account from heaven and back will be able to hold your spirit when your feet have lost their ground.

The book is called Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani. I checked this book out from the library and have read it from cover to cover. The reason that I say this is a brief book review is because it is a book you just need to absorb for yourself.

Mrs. Moorjani, after four years of living with cancer, is admitted to hospital and by all accounts is experiencing organ failure and extreme fluid retention in her lungs. What seems like her imminent death, opens the door to new life. After decades of wrestling with topics such as loss, success, prejudice and cultural conditioning, Anita Moorjani’s NDE transforms her.

The story of this is just amazing.

If you are struggling, fearing death, missing someone who is in spirit, are hurting because of the state of the world, or are finding yourself drowning in an ocean of dreams deferred, read this book–you’ll be glad you did.

-Trina Noelle

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