Legacy of the Heart: The Spiritual Advantage of a Painful Childhood
Simon and Schuster, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 204 pages
In this inspiring book, Muller reveals the resilience of the human spirit in the face of sorrow and teaches readers how to recognize and transform the damaging effects of their wounds and rediscover their natural vitality, creativity, and joy.
Filled with practical suggestions, this is a book that will bring every reader consolation, comfort, and the courage to seek a more fulfilling way forward.
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This book came at a perfect time in my life when many things were difficult, and I felt many truths of God beautifully explained. I would recommend it to anyone looking to learn more deeply the things ... Read full review
chapter two Fear and Faith
chapter three Performance and Belonging
chapter five Judgment and Mercy
chapter six Grandiosity and Humility
chapter seven Drama and Simplicity
chapter eight Busyness and Stillness
chapter nine Disappointment and Nonattachment
chapter ten Habit and Mindfulness
chapter eleven Isolation and Intimacy
chapter twelve Obligation and Loving Kindness
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