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The man was gorgeous, sitting astride his Harley Davidson, mysteriously parked on a moonlit strip of sand. At thirty-seven, Christine Moore had a world-class case of burnout: career blues, no husband, no children, an imperfect figure, and dimming expectations. "I'm going to show you a peace so beautiful you'll probably forget what your life has been like up until now," he said. Who was this guy? "My friends call me Joe. Others call me 'God' or 'Higher Power.' You can call me whatever you're most comfortable with." Right.But he knows about her, every one of her heart's desires. A sweet serenity settles over Christine. And so the journey begins, a triumphant odyssey of self-discovery that illuminates our souls. As we join one woman's inspiring quest for healing and life-changing truths, we discover six powerful precepts that offer the deepest peace and fulfillment we can ever know. Every woman longing to experience the joy of loving and of respecting her true self will find comfort, guidance, and hope in the simple, profound secrets to an enlightened and enriched new life that Christine learns.
©1995 Joan Brady, All Rights Reserved; (P)1995 Simon & Schuster Inc., All Rights Reserved. AUDIOWORKS Is An Imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.
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"The Bridges of Madison County meets The Celestine Prophecy meets Self magazine." (Entertainment Weekly)
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By Linda on 10-04-04

God speaks-great book

Despite what other "by the book" reviewers have said, this is a lovely, well written and inspirational story. How comforting to know God is with us, knows us and cares what we think and feel, as individuals. What I loved most is when Joe says that Man messed up the message with individualistic, selfish interpretations then waged war over who was right. How timely. Many's the time I've referred back to this when I'm hurt or lonely or discouraged. Loving one's self is the greatest gift God gives. For those who "trashed" it before finishing, let me tell you I've listened to it many times and it always says something different and meaningful to me. Thanks, Joan, for a wonderful story.

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By linda on 06-28-12

Feel good book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Have you ever thought what the other person is thinking when you see them in a restaurant. Are they happy Wonder that they are talking about ? Ever wish that we were someone other than your self? A story of what you have already inside. I've bought the book in hard copy, lent it to friends given it as gifts to others it's the unexpected in a book. Get it your listen to it over and over again.

What did you like best about this story?

The story has so many twists . You can't help but fall in love with the characters

What about Margaret Colin’s performance did you like?

She is outstanding, when becomes Christine Moore .

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Towards the end when she opens the box

Any additional comments?

Get it your listen to it over and over

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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By Pauline Thompson on 10-21-12

Great concept.

Loved how the supernatural interwove with the natural. This story was totally believable. Made me think of the scripture which talks about 'entertaining strangers as they could be angels in disguise'. Totally changed the way in which I view God.

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