I must say that “all about love: new visions” is not a self-help book. This book will not guide you to find your perfect stranger and will not tell you the do’s and don’ts of a relationship. “all about love: new vision” is a book that speaks on self-reflection and self-actualization. I say this first because when a book has the title of “love,” it is assumed that it must be about “relationships of the opposite or same sex,” and this is not that book.
Sandy Forseille has opened her gift and discovered her purpose through writing children’s books, and her passion and energy radiates through the words expressed in her first published work, Believe.
Where is your village? Where
“This was the downside of telling friends everything: it meant they knew everything” -Wahala, Nikki May-
Author and teacher Charlotte L. Taylor sits down with Crowned ReRe and speaks about her first book of a series “Broken Twigs: Farewell to Faerie…
Crowned ReRe converse with Wendy Marqueine about the series “Genius and Friends” brand, the importance of teaching morals to little kids. The two ladies also speak on self-care, self-awareness and Wendy shares her crown moment.
”I do forgive you,” Mrs. Donald said. ”From the day I found out who you all was, I asked God to take care of y’all, and He has.” (New York Times)
Christine Aldrich is an author, community college educational leader, certified trainer, and change agent. She has been a strong advocate of empowering people for the last decade by helping them to find their best self.
Plainly, if we don’t do, we don’t fail, we stay in our comfort zone and we don’t grow.
“How do you create your safe space”