When Did You Die?: 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up

When Did You Die?: 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up Hot

Miriam Knight   April 21, 2015  
 
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When Did You Die?: 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up
Format
Number Of Pages, Discs, Etc.
264
Publisher
Date Published
November 04, 2014
ISBN-10
075731810X
ISBN-13
978-0757318108
Temple Hayes is poised to join the ranks of Brene Brown, Joel Osteen and Louise Hay, and she has a running start--her spiritual home is the overflowing First Unity of St. Petersburg, Florida. Her audience is expanding quickly as her message of hope reaches the hearts of millions of restless seekers and those abandoned by mainstream churches: it's time to stop dying a bit every day and start embracing the God who created us.

Hayes' profound eight-step program guides readers through a simple belief-examining process that will propel them to a healthier and more prosperous life. Chapter by chapter she encourages them to create their own life-path by getting to know the truly divine creations that they really are, accepting and loving all of who they are, and embracing the fundamental truth of life as a never-ending journey.

Hayes' unique writing style will captivate readers through her blend of Jesus's parables, Zen koans, insight from Mark Twain, Southern storytelling, and a good dose of common sense.

She skillfully fills the pages with 'aha' moments that will awaken people to the realization that they're either growing or dying--as she says, when we're serving we're giving, and when we're giving we're really living.

When Did You Die? is a bestseller in the making that will propel Hayes into the media spotlight as the global spiritual leader she truly is.

 

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When someone who has "been there and done that" tells you to stop whining and shows you how to pull your life back together - it's time to listen. This powerful book from a former alcoholic turned Unity Minister tells her story with no-holds-barred, and I would be astonished if there were not some serious resonance with most of her readers.Yes, life can be brutal, painful, and generally suck, but there can also be excitement, love and achievement for anyone prepared to let go of his or her "story" and start living. When you finally figure out that you're doing it for YOU, and not anyone else, the penny drops and you start to feel what it means to take the world by the ears and be all you were meant to be. That's the premise and promise of this book, and I think it delivers.

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