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A Journey of Struggle and Redemption
The themes of this memoir cover the autobiography of an African American woman's life born in the south during 1930's. It talks about issues of historical post slavery and focuses on transformational self-help and the healing of childhood wounds.
This fascinating memior covers a significant period of American history and shows how one woman found victory through a life led by Spirit. As a recounting of the important turning points in this author's life and the lessons that she learned makes this book effective. Especially inspiring is her decision to leave home and move to New York City. This set the tone of courage and adventure through out the book.
Another turning point occurred when she found herself remarried and moving to the Chicago area. Margaret is a graduate of the Johnnie Colemon Institute's, Chicago, IL, "Better Living" program and was licensed to teach their metaphysical principles. The Intensive Program from which Margaret graduated required six years of study and passing both written and oral testing. Read how Margaret's journey of living, loving and learning led her to overcome many obstacles by using the principles that she learned.
- Publication Date:
- 1456524607 / 9781456524609
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs