Love Each Day: Live Each Day So You Would Want to Live it Again , Gail Bernice Holland
  
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by Gail Bernice Holland, ISBN: 978-1-932690-79-8
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We are used to psychologists, psychiatrists, and other "experts" offering advice about how to be happy and how to live a fulfilling life. Even though the books by these experts can be helpful, sometimes the best way to learn about life is from true stories. Although “Love Each Day” doesn't specifically tell people how to live a wonderful life, the authentic true stories nevertheless offer timeless lessons about enjoying life. The tapestry of true stories in our lives will always be invaluable. From these stories we not only learn how people from different walks of life live, but also what is important to these individuals. Ultimately, this book inspires readers to spend time treasuring what really matters.

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Biography :

Gail Bernice Holland is an award-winning journalist who has worked on newspapers and magazines in Britain and the United States. She was a staff writer for Home Magazine in London, England, a feature writer for the San Francisco Examiner newspaper, and editor of Connections magazine published by the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Holland is known for her books and articles that explore new ways of thinking and acting, and her honors include the California State Bar Sigma Delta Chi Press award for "outstanding achievement by an editorial worker in reporting and interpreting the administration of justice in California." Holland has also worked in the movie industry, written radio commentaries, and is the author of the following books:

LATEST BOOK - JUST PUBLISHED

Love Each Day: Live each day so you would want to live it again. (Loving Healing Press, 2009) Forty true stories about a day in the life of a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader, a police officer, a Nobel Prize scientist, a comedian, a bus driver, an Olympic athlete, a teacher, a baseball player - people in different careers, people from all walks of life. Read their stories; learn life lessons. These inspirational stories remind us how to spend time treasuring time.

Other books by Gail Bernice Holland:

Forget-Me-Not (Purdue University Press, 2007), A Call for Connection ((New World Library, 1998) and For Sasha, with Love (Dembner Books, 1985).


Book Review :


"Love Each Day" is a beautifully written book that contains 40 inspiring essays about people from different walks of life. The main point of the book is to "Live each day so you would want to live it again." Each story focuses on an individual's experience in which they realized that they were having one of those days that they would want to live again. The topics cover a variety of situations which run from having a relaxing day, to qualifying for the Olympics, to setting foot on the moon. Each one is valuable in itself.

I appreciated that each person allowed the author to interview them for this book. Their stories should be told so that we can be inspired to look at our lives and create our own stories. Some of my most incredible life-altering moments have come from mundane experiences. I found myself tapping into a source that allowed me to see things on a higher level. "Love Each Day" reminded me of many of these experiences that I have had. Several have happened while at work. Realizing that I have my own special moments reminded me that I need to appreciate my career more and the incredible people that come into my life.

By reading this book, I see that there is less emphasis on the importance of money and material things and importance placed on engaging in activities that are meaningful and being of service to others. This is where we will find true meaning in our lives. I highly recommend "Love Each Day" by Gail Bernice Holland to graduates who are ready to launch themselves out into the world. By giving them this message early, they will find themselves seeking out much more meaningful careers.


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