Daily Gratitude Reflections
by Deborah Perdue
Genre: Nonfiction, Spiritual, Self-Help
A 365-Day Daily Guide
Daily Gratitude Reflections Volume 2 is a potent source of inspiration and encouragement to you, whenever you need a remembrance of all there is to be grateful for. These daily guides can be started on any day of the year, and are a splendid way to begin your morning, or to read before bedtime. Or to pick out a passage randomly to see what message the Universe is sending to you!
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Deborah Perdue is
the author of five books on her very favorite topic and passion,
Gratitude. She also teaches workshops, classes and facilitates
women’s retreats on the topics of gratitude, abundance and how to
live a life of peace and joy. It is her passion to help others
transform their lives, as she has transformed her own through her
spiritual path, and the power of being grateful! She has been a
Center for Spiritual Living licensed practitioner for over 14
Living in the country in Oregon, her home office overlooks beautiful forested land, and is near the famous Rogue River where she, her husband and two dogs visit, and swim, almost every day in the summer. She hails from the Bay Area, CA where she spent 45 years until moving to Southern Oregon.
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