Monday, April 4, 2016

The Reminder: Quiet Power, Peaceful Confidence by Sonia Huh

“It is time for us to truly assist others, assist ourselves,
 and let the beauty we all carry inside us to shine through.”

Are you struggling to find peace and calmness in your life, in your work, in your soul? You are not alone.

The Reminder is here to guide you through a journey of self-discovery and lead you to a place where you will find the Quiet Power and Peaceful Confidence to live your days with peace, kindness, balance, and respect toward others and yourself.

The Reminder encourages us to ask ourselves the tough questions: Who are we, truly? What have we become? Who could we be? Who should we be?

It is time to wake up from our slumber, wake up from our depression, wake up from our anger, wake up from our demons, wake up from our selfishness, wake up from self-idolatry and self-image. It is time for us to truly assist others, assist ourselves, and let the beauty we all carry inside us to shine through.

Through numerous lessons and examples, meditations and workbook questions, you will learn to truly take in the guidance of The Reminder and begin to feel real change in your life. You will learn to move through the fire with grace, peace, and kindness.

Are you ready to feel Quiet Power, Peaceful Confidence?

About the Author
I was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa, to two amazing individuals who came from humble beginnings to become diplomats and great contributors to their community and family. As an African child, I was fortunate enough to attend elite boarding and international schools, creating lifelong friendships with people from all races, religions or non-religions, and walks of life. This isn’t to say I lived a life sheltered from harshness and real struggle — far from it, in fact.

Hailing from war torn Sierra Leone, I have always felt very blessed to have escaped the rape, torture and death that my fellow sisters endured. Since then I have never taken my life for granted. I have always known that there was a purpose for my survival, for my being here in America and making it my home. Coming to America was never part of my plans growing up. I always wanted to live in Sierra Leone and use my education to assist the poor and uneducated. I attribute my being here to a Divine Plan, which is unfolding as I mature spiritually, mentally, and emotionally.

Thus far, I have connected the dots from having the type of parents I have, the diverse people I have come across, personally and professionally, and I embrace every joy and challenge that have come with those experiences, because I could not have written The Reminder otherwise.

I am one of those individuals who truly believes that we can determine to become more loving, more kind and more patient towards each other. I hope that my reflections on Quiet Power, Peaceful Confidence will be a beacon of hope and bring inner peace to those who are struggling, who are lost, and who are ready to make a change.

To get to know me more, please explore my website, read my blog and, of course, read my book!

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