“The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance which no one could have dreamed would have come their way.”
Side note: I liked this book so very much, I reviewed it on Amazon. Here are my thoughts:
I attended one of Terry’s workshops at my local Unity Church
and was moved by his story. However, it wasn’t until after I read his book that
I fully understood the scope and magnitude of the story he was sharing. This
courageous man beat “unbeatable” odds and in his book shares the keys
to unlocking the mystery of how others can do the same. Well written and
exciting. For a non-fiction, autobiographical story dealing mostly with medical
crises and spirituality, this book is a real page-turner. Well done, Terry
McBride. Well done.
“It was perhaps, because he had no past of his own. He had made himself, layer by layer, as skillfully and as meticulously as he crafted his characters. Grayson Thane was who he had decided to be, and his skill in storytelling had provided a means to become who and what he wanted, in some style.”
“So guidance, the clear direction in whatever you may be doing,
is always present, and the important decisions are not to be made but to be discovered.”
“Seeking guidance is not waiting for some answer or help from the outside.
It is waiting for an intuitive flash, and them “moving your feet.”
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