365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most ~ Daily Reminders of What's Truly Important

365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most ~ Daily Reminders of What’s Truly Important

What Matters Most

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365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most

We’re all busy. Sometimes we’re so busy we lose track of all that’s important. We all deserve 365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most. This hardcover was just released for $7.78 on Amazon (list price $14.99) and is a reminder that life is more than the busy dance we do each day. If you prefer the Kindle version, you can order that as well. I’m old fashioned and prefer to get away from the electronics for a while and feel the pages in my hands. Whichever version you prefer, I’m confident the words will affect your life in a positive way. This may also be a great gift for those you care about. Update: Be sure to enter the Autographed book giveaway before 8/2/15 for a chance to get your very own free copy signed by the Author!

Life is a precious gift, yet daily demands can cloud your vision, making it look like a never-ending cycle of obligations and appointments. Through this insightful devotional, reclaim your passions, your relationships, and your joy through the daily reminders of what really matters.

I have to say that I have not yet read 365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most. This is a new release, but I have read many of his writings. Author John Michalak, also the writer for Life Is Relationship, always incites deep thought into myself, my life, and my relationships with others. On many occasions, I’ve found myself reading and nodding as I relate my own life to his topics. I’ve been inspired to change some things, let go of negativity, and take time to embrace what matters most. His writing is more of a casual conversation you can relate to than a tell-you-how-it-is type of tone. I find his style refreshing, and easy to read whether I’m laughing or crying through his work. Yes, I’ve done both.

I am also proud to say that I consider him a friend from long ago. Even back in his school days, he was intelligent, kind hearted, and talented. I am happy to see he has continued to impact others’ lives (including my own) through his kindness, his music, his writing, and his dedication.