Soul Journaling - The Journey Continues

Soul Journaling The Journey Continues It s and Annakiya is on the run trying to save her life Annakiya was sold into slavery at when she was taken from her father in Tunisia To her it seemedlike life wasn t worth living until she

  • Title: Soul Journaling - The Journey Continues
  • Author: Karen Valiquette
  • ISBN: 9780615975788
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1633 and Annakiya is on the run, trying to save her life Annakiya was sold into slavery at 9 when she was taken from her father in Tunisia To her, it seemedlike life wasn t worth living until she found refuge in the home of a sympathetic owner She also found something she thought was completely out of her reach love So why was she now trying to get away FanIt s 1633 and Annakiya is on the run, trying to save her life Annakiya was sold into slavery at 9 when she was taken from her father in Tunisia To her, it seemedlike life wasn t worth living until she found refuge in the home of a sympathetic owner She also found something she thought was completely out of her reach love So why was she now trying to get away Fans of Karen Valiquette s new series detailing past lives were spell bound by her first book, Soul Journaling Lessons from the Past based in 1500s France This sequel carries on with her next incarnation in Turkey during the 1600s.

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    1. It's so strange, we never gave a thought about it, all our decisions that we make, are actually already decided by the universe, and i.e. we call fate, even our smallest of decisions. Also we don't accept but actually all human beings become weak when it comes to money matters, we often think how will our children or parents live without money, but in reality, we cannot let go of our money in any situation, since we are not able to accept the fact that we are weak for money, so we put it this wa [...]

    2. For those of you who've read Karen's first book Soul Journaling - Lessons from the Past, this will continue to please.The structure is a bit different in this book as it doesn't go back and forth between present and past. This leaves room, in my mind, for a more cohesive story and better back-stories on the characters.Karen's writing style draws you in from the first page and makes you feel like your living the story right along with her.A delight to read!

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