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Today's fast-paced society makes it seem impossible to breathe, let alone think. And yet you were made for so much more-love, joy, peace, wisdom, health, prosperity, and fulfillment, to name a few!
Consider Ageless Wisdom your gentle wake-up call. Packed with 366 brief but powerful readings, this daily devotional gives you a dose of the Divine in just a few minutes. Discover how a small measure of wisdom and encouragement can reap a huge harvest of benefits throughout your day.
Each entry begins with a quote from a New Thought pioneer of the late nineteenth or early twentieth century-from Phineas Quimby to Ernest Holmes-that is further explored in a brief insight section. Here, author, teacher, and ordained minister Donna J. Williams draws from her own thirty-five years of awareness to build a bridge from the early years of the New Thought movement to today. Finally, each reading ends with a simple affirmation you can repeat throughout the day to remind you of the Truth.
As Holmes once wrote, "We exist in Limitless Opportunities, which are forever seeking expression to us..." The adventure of a lifetime beckons-are you ready to take the first step toward your next opportunity?
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About the Author
Born and raised in inner-city Detroit, Donna J. Williams is an ordained minister who became aware of spirituality at the age of five when she first encountered the mystical. At the age of twenty-four, she finally accepted God's call to serve in the ministry-on the condition that she "didn't want to do it like everyone else!" She spent the next twenty-seven years pursuing her education and working as an administrator and licensed teaching minister before finally embarking on an altogether new spiritual journey, one that eventually led her to found Truth Fellowship Center, an independent New Thought congregation in Columbus, Ohio.
Currently pursuing her doctorate at the University of Sedona, Rev. Donna holds a master's of metaphysical science from the University of Metaphysics and a master's of labor and human resources from The Ohio State University.