The Magic in You!

The Magic in You!

by Sally H. Taylor
     
 

There is a truth that sets us free. Discover it in this delightful children's tale The Magic in You!

This is a story about finding enough grace to forgive ourselves for our own shortcomings. As we discover the process we find ourselves quite capable of offering that same measure of grace to others who may have hurt us in the past.

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There is a truth that sets us free. Discover it in this delightful children's tale The Magic in You!

This is a story about finding enough grace to forgive ourselves for our own shortcomings. As we discover the process we find ourselves quite capable of offering that same measure of grace to others who may have hurt us in the past.

No matter how strong or secure we may appear to be to others, deep inside we are as frail and delicate as a little flower. We carry with us our own set of wounds which at different times in our lives has created insecurities, and pain.

Often times we tend to cling to our pain building a false sense of comfort. However, we all have a choice to continue to cling to this false comfort and remain the victim or find the courage to accept ourselves with all of our faults, and all of the wounds we have received from others. Accepting the truth about ourselves will strengthen us to break through these walls, and become victorious over our circumstances.

This children's story demonstrates the struggle to live a victorious life. For in the end, the little flower is strengthened as she builds her faith on the foundation of love and forgiveness.

The magic discovered by this delicate little flower is not only her story but my story, too. Perhaps it's yours as well!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781432703240
Publisher:
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date:
04/28/2007
Pages:
40
Product dimensions:
0.10(w) x 8.50(h) x 8.50(d)

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When night came the little flower was still crying. A fairy from a nearby forest heard her as she was passing by. As the fairy came closer, the little flower became intrigued. It was no wonder for this fairy was quite lovely and seemed special in a caring sort of way.

"Perhaps it's her fair skin or dainty manners," thought the flower. "No, there is something else, something in her eyes."

Maybe it was the way they sparkled in the moonlight or reflected the fairy dust around her. What ever it was made her glow with a sense of kindness. The fairy had a tone of curious concern in her voice as she asked, "Why are you crying little flower?"

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