"Let me be your miracle" She cried into the night. She shook her fist at the stars. 'There is a great sickness coming, bigger than you. You must be the scribe. All will be well."
Some know the pieces or believe they know what happened. But no one does. The story is not linear. The fear was great, but the quest was clear, as was the promise.
The gifts of wisdom not belonging to her but entrusted to be delivered, a message in a bottle to humanity. Herein is the record; the Vignettes of the Possibly Dying- a collection of spiritual literature, poetic essays, guidance and meditations with a dash of the metaphysical scribed for you.
These vignettes are like coal and diamonds, sand and glass. Maybe you will find a jewel to keep for yourself and let it spark the torch you carry on this long dark night.
A stunning book with sketched illustrations along with insights into life, death, love, friendship and quest for what lies beyond; heaven.
"Beautifully written with warmth, passion, insight and thought-provoking scenarios. Difficult to put down, wanting more upon completion. Found myself wanting to meditate on these scenarios, could not choose which one to begin with. Decided to close the book, close my eyes and open the page directed to me. Amazing! The page I opened, was relevant to my current situation. (Food for thought, for readers of this amazing book). Will be choosing a page for daily meditation.
-ARC READER Australian Kinesiologist, Meditation Teacher & NLP Practitioner
I haven’t read anything this stunning and inspired since The Prophet. This book is truly amazing. I could feel the depth of passion & insight. opened it to a page. A perfect message for me. God Bless you.
- ARC READER Louise Hay Practitioner and Family counsellor
Average rating from 8 members
Beautiful and thought provoking are the first things that come to mind with these poems. I found myself taking snippets of them and posting them elsewhere on my social media because they are completely relatable. It’s strange to see your feelings written down by someone other than yourself but it also gives you the sense that you’re not entirely alone. There are definitely parts of this that I will come back to over and over again.
A sweet collection of poems, I can imagine reading one chapter per day and hearing the stories unfold over time. Im not sure if its just my netgalley app but the formatting on this digital addition needs adjusting.
This is a thought-provoking and lyrical piece of writing with almost all the vignettes containing something to dwell upon, either for content or the delicate use of figurative language. It is a collection I will read more than once. I found the overall tone to be uplifting and hopeful, therefore I was surprised by the dark cover and the title. Thank you to the publisher and poet for an advanced copy.
Poetic, philosophical, and thought-provoking; KB Eliza's work of spiritual inspiration seeks hope and asks many rhetorical questions. Our shared humanity is explored with heightened language, along with reminders of the greatness of the God who created the world and humanity with purpose. A wonderful coffee table space renter, something to easily pick up, read a few chapters/pages, pulling something from each, before setting it back down to return to tomorrow. Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC copy in exchange for this review.
This is a series of very honest and insightful feelings of the author…..her words are at times searing and other times beautifully hopeful. I found myself frequently rereading a passage as it so spoke to me and my feelings. I will be picking this it up to reread many times I am sure. Beautifully done….
This was a stunning book, filled with rhetorical questions, philosophical questions & thoughts and questions about the world and society as we know it. Inspiring and hard-hitting, the words are impactful and focus on the strength you can find in religion, relationships and self-love.