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Yesterday I Cried by Celebrating The Lessons of Living and Love

Eventually, the time of action must come.
When this happens, be a winner !
Don"t settle for mediocre results.
Don"t try to stay even.
Go for it all!
Deng Ming-Dao,in Everyday Tao:
Living with Balance and Harmony

The best selling author Iyanla Vazant is a feisty and charismatic orator but one who has led an extremely difficult life, full of pain and abuse. As I began to read "Yesterday I cried", I too cried, not only because of Vazants personal experiences or the infliction of pain or her hardships but because it allowed me to search my soul to revisit my past to rekindle old friendships to review my life and to make some decisions about the directions I want my life to take.

In this book It describes the wedding ceremony of Vazant and Adeyemi Where they each are presented with a separate worn and rugged suitcase given by the minister who spoke to them about the necessity to come together to each other "empty" Their hearts and minds have to be empty past relationships taking out past hurt visualizing people growing and learning never stops this does not mean that there is always something you need to fix about yourself nor does it mean something is wrong with you it means that there is always something more for you to realize at a deeper level something for you to grow through.

The book "Yesterday I Cried" has helped me spiritually but most importantly it has helped me to rededicate my life and work to God

Iyanla Vanzant is the award winning and best selling author of Acts of FaithThe Value in the Valley Faith in the Valley One Day My Soul Just Opened Up and In the Meantime. As an empowerment specialist Spiritual Life Counselor and Ordained minister she lectures and facilitates workshops nationally with a mission to assist in the empowerment of women and men everywhere.'The best selling author Iyanla Vazant is a feisty and charismatic orator but one who has led an extremely difficult life, full of pain and abuse. As I began to read "Yesterday I cried", I too cried, not only because of Vazants personal experiences or the infliction of pain or her hardships but because it allowed me to search my soul to revisit my past to rekindle old friendships to review my life and to make some decisions about the directions I want my life to take.'

Additional Info

  • Book Title: Yesterday I Cried
  • Author: Celebrating The Lessons of Living and Love
  • Publisher: Fireside
  • Year Published: 2001
  • Book Type:: Non-Fiction
  • ISBN: 743218582
  • Rating: Five Stars
  • Number of Pages: 320
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