Happy Bright Light

Happy Bright Light

A Weekly Empowerment Guide

eBook - 2015
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This book is for any individual looking to build their confidence and personal strength. It is geared specifically toward young adults that are gaining ground on learning who they are in this busy, fast-paced world. This is a valuable tool (for kids, young adults and their parents, teachers and influential adults) that will provide insight on how to become stronger and more confident. This is not just a quick one-sided read; it's a collaboration between the reader and the author. Between these entries, is a personal journal to be used to write weekly thoughts and reflections. This creates time for the reader to invest in himself or herself and be more in tune with their personal outlook and growth. The book's material is accompanied by nature photography (also taken by the author) to remind readers that they have similarities with our world, which is continuously growing. While these images are meant to be an inspiring guide to show how marvelous, strong and bright individuals truly are, the true inspirational power is already present. Key themes throughout the book include many references to the words light and dark. Light is merely a reference to explain how the reader can be happy and stay positive. While the darkness can interpret fear and doubt, it can also enable seeing the contrast of how bright one can become. The book is intended to be a reminder or a tool to reveal existing brilliance. It includes positive life guidance, straightforward advice and the author's personal empowerment philosophy stemming from her individual growth.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2015
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital
ISBN: 9781495160400


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