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Passion Perseverance & Prayer

Passion Perseverance & Prayer

  • Author: Pooja Ruprell

Contemporary life often feels like a daily, all consuming, overwhelming grind, getting in the way of a peaceful, loving and healthy existence. But there is another way. Passion, Perseverance and Prayer is all about everyday guidance and inspiration, juxtaposing the personal with the profound. It is a story, a diary, a guide – 52 inspirational, weekly readings encourage us to find beauty, shine with our own special light, and muster the courage to carry on through tough times - with passion, perseverance and prayer. It blends everyday experiences and observations with the insights of philosophers. With monthly themes, that are organized around a dominant topic, recognizing our vulnerability as we journey from day to day, these pages offer non-judgmental support. They help us believe that we can be truly happy, every day.

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