Synopses & Reviews
Each and every woman is special and unique, yet as women we all share a common bond through our collective experiences of loving and learning. And sometimes fate steps in to miraculously change the lives of women in unforgettable ways, affecting them as wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, lovers, and friends. Could they be messages from a higher power? Whether these miracles come during times of difficulty or celebration, they represent extraordinary opportunities to explore the wonders life has to offer. One of the most popular books in the Small Miracles series, this beautifully repackaged and expanded volume collects 50 inspirational, unforgettable, and even divine stories of coincidence experienced by women from all walks of life.
When we integrate both the experience and the meaning of coincidences into our own lives, we open ourselves to the enriching possibilities, the blessings, and the sense of harmony with the universe that they offer. "Small Miracles" presents 60 real-life coincidences--some heartwarming, some strange, some awe-inspiring.
This uplifting addition to a bestselling series will provide insight and solace to readers through inspiring true stories that demonstrate the soul's immortality. In their eighth compilation, Halberstam and Leventhal move beyond their earlier focus on our mortal world to examine the other side: death and the afterlife. Rich in miracles and extraordinary events, these incredible tales show how the connections forged with our loved ones exist through eternityand#8212;and how their intercession with us on earth continues long after they have passed on.
Sometimes fate steps in to change the lives of women in unforgettable ways, affecting them as wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, lovers, and friends. One of the most popular books in the Small Miracles series, this beautifully repackaged and expanded volume collects 50 unforgettable and even divine stories of coincidence experienced by women from all walks of life.
About the Author
and#160;Yitta Halberstam has taught literature at both high school and college levels, worked as a journalist for various news agencies and magazines, and directed the public affairs departments of various nonprofit organizations. Her articles have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines, including Seventeen
, New York
, Working Woman
, and Money
. She has spoken at hundreds of venues around the world and currently serves as the feature editor of AMI
magazine.and#160;Judith Leventhal, CSW, is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. She has lectured extensively throughout the country on a variety of topics, and her writing has appeared in numerous magazines and periodicals.
Both authors live in New York City.