Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Published Date: December 1, 2015

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Heather plants the seeds of thinking more broadly about what our purpose is by opening our eyes to all of the hidden messages that God puts in front of us during our daily living. She provides wonderfully delightful examples of tales that most of us would pass by as just another event in our lives. These stories cause one to pause and reflect on the what and the why to provide us with a more meaningful because. This is a book to be read over and over again.

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Inspirational stories about seeing the Divine in everyday life.

Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Lessons in Hope and Healing is a compilation of personal stories from everyday moments in which the Divine enters and brings complete strangers together to help one another experience something greater than their individual selves. Read this book and be inspired, be challenged, be open to what may spark within you as these stories help you see and experience God’s love and light in the ordinary—when you make the time to notice. Learning to see the divine throughout your day is a transformative experience, and you will never be the same. Awaken to the possibilities that open up to you every day and help you live a deeper more meaningful life.

Heather plants the seeds of thinking more broadly about what our purpose is by opening our eyes to all of the hidden messages that God puts in front of us during our daily living. She provides wonderfully delightful examples of tales that most of us would pass by as just another event in our lives. These stories cause one to pause and reflect on the what and the why to provide us with a more meaningful because. This is a book to be read over and over again.”

While most of us will not experience all that the author witnessed, it is through her sharing that we learn what it means to see God in even the smallest, hardest, darkest places.”

If you’re trying to “be” versus just “do” this is a helpful book. Not preachy or overly simplified, like many. The stories are all real and sound like it and the tone is sincere; the pace flows. Your intelligence won’t be insulted and you’ll finish reading with practical inspiration to take into the day.”