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In addition to co-authoring, Music The Carrier of Intention in 49 Jewish Prayers, Sheila Pearl and Kimberly Burnham share the pages of the inspirational anthology, Pearls of Wisdom, 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now.
All the Pearls of Wisdom, 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now authors: Jack Canfield ▪ Chris Attwood ▪ Janet Bray Attwood ▪ Marci Shimoff ▪ Barnet Bain ▪ Kelle Sutliff ▪ Renee Baribeau ▪ Chantal Herman ▪ Asia Voight ▪ Wendy Beyer ▪ Siobhan Coulter ▪ Sheila Pearl ▪ Susan Barker ▪ Glenyce Hughes ▪ Robert Evans ▪ Glenn Groves ▪ Leslie Gunterson ▪ Kimberly Burnham ▪ Liz Byrne ▪ Tami Gulland ▪ Susan McMillin ▪ Debra Hanes ▪ Stephanie Bennett Vogt ▪ Lisa Merrai Labon ▪ Patricia Cohen ▪ Craig Meriwether ▪ Marcelle Charrois ▪ Michelle Manning-Kogler ▪ Stacy Lee Goforth ▪ Jacob Nordby ▪ Tim Anstett ▪ Randy Davila
"An oyster can't produce pearls without first suffering with a grain of sand. Each of the chapters in Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Lead Your Best Life Now gives guidance to readers on how to turn their own grains of sand into pearls."
With four New York Times bestselling authors, including Chicken Soup for the Soul's Jack Canfield, Chris and Janet Attwood, and Marci Shimoff plus 25 of the best up and coming self-help authors, each chapter contains a fresh idea for a positive life change. With each chapter as diverse as the cast of authors who have come together to create this unique book, there is certain to be an idea to help transform anyone's life.
Pearls of Wisdom contains the greatest ideas of today's top self-help authors, combining traditional and new techniques, affirmations, theories, meditations and practices to lead readers from the struggles they deal with in their current situations to a higher, enlightened life; not merely an existence.
For anyone who has thought, "am I really living the best possible life I could be?", Pearls of Wisdom grants the answers for any of life's questions, straight from the words of the masters of self-help themselves.