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FREEDOM TO FORGET: RELEASING THE PAIN FROM THE PAST, EMBRACING HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

DAN WILLIS

Inspirational Nonfiction

Whitaker House Publishers


July 2007
ISBN: 9780883682227

 

"How do you know five seconds of negativity now will not mean five seconds off the end of your life?" How about living life with an "attitude of impulsive thankfulness?" Choose your point of view, according to Dan Willis, and learn to meet the negativity head-on with spiritual power.

What's your purpose in life? It probably has an overwhelming link with how you meet adversity, whether that comes in the shape of never forgetting a wrong done to you, mourning long past the phase when it's quite healthy and wise, needing to understand it all before you can move on to a different focus, and so much more of life's normal and almost guaranteed challenges.

Using Biblical examples such as Joseph and David, this author shows how it's possible to live through the worst betrayals and pain imaginable. Practical advice about how one speaks about problems and truly releases another from guilt and shame is backed by numerous examples, including when to know it's time to seek therapy and from whom to seek it.

This is a wise and necessary book for a time when the public media displays a far different point of view and pays a devastating consequence.

Read Dan Willis' Freedom to Forget and know your blessed purpose which you will live after you pray about and meditate on the way to true peace so obvious in this book. The truth will set you free!

Reviewed by Viviane Crystal on May 9, 2007

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