A Heart on Fire: 100 Meditations on Loving Your Neighbors Well

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Product Details
Price
$21.99  $20.45
Publisher
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
240
Dimensions
6.2 X 8.0 X 1.0 inches | 1.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781524881221

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About the Author
Danielle Coke is a designer turned illustrator, social justice activist, and entrepreneur. She's the founder of Oh Happy Dani, a lifestyle brand and educational platform that uses artwork and resources to encourage hope, inspire justice, and make complex ideas more accessible for her community of over half a million people across social media. Danielle has happily partnered with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and mission-based brands, and she aims to help everyday advocates do good daily in their spheres of influence using their passions and skills.
Reviews
"In this book, Danielle Coke Balfour skillfully brings together her compelling writing and captivating illustrations to discuss vital topics in a way that leads to meaningful engagement, thoughtful conversation, and active imagination to build a better future. The harmony of visuals and words provides us with practical solutions and actionable hope at a time when we need it the most. This is a book to keep close and also share widely with others." (Morgan Harper Nichols, Author of All Along You Were Blooming and Artist)
"Danielle's thoughtfulness, rigor and clear-eyed optimism make her one of the most powerful and relevant voices around today. A Heart on Fire is a testament to those qualities, going beyond platitudes to offer transformative lessons -- capturing the very best of what it means to do good work from a place of joy and intention. This isn't just a book; it's a toolkit for creating a meaningful life of work imbued with authentic joy. I cannot recommend it highly enough!" (Garrison Hayes, Media Personality and Founder of Kindred Media)
"It has been said that a small match can ignite a raging fire. In A Heart on Fire, Danielle Coke Balfour's words serve as that match, ready to set our hearts ablaze and remind us that the way to change the world starts within our hearts. Her words emphasize that love, creativity, justice, hope, awareness, community, consistency, empathy, honesty, and redemption are worth fighting for and can become the collective force needed to create more good in our world. Read these meditations, and your heart won't just be sparked; it will burst into flame with a desire to dispel the chill of injustice and darkness in the world." (Terence Lester, Founder of Love Beyond Walls, Author of 'I See You, ' 'When We Stand, ' and 'All God's Children')
"A warm and inspiring guide to living a life grounded in purpose, humanity, and love. A Heart on Fire feels like a nourishing hug for your tired soul, punctuated by colorful illustrations so delicious for your senses. Highly recommend for anyone yearning for more hope, courage, and possibility as they journey toward creating a more loving world." (Michelle MiJung Kim, Award-Winning Author of The Wake Up: Closing the Gap Between Good Intentions and Real Change)
"Danielle has done it again! A Heart on Fire is yet another powerful work that marries lessons and learning with grace and good work. Not only am I sharing this book with everyone I know, I'm referring to it daily when I need the guidance required to serve well in my business- and my home. This is a powerful tool for personal growth, meaningful impact, and lasting change." (Nicole Walters, Author of Nothing is Missing and star of USA Network's "She's the Boss")
"I just love this so much I can't even tell you how much every single page I was like, that's right, that's exactly right. I just thought it was so wonderful...it's beautiful. Thought-provoking, it's heartwarming. I think it'll make a wonderful gift." (Sharon McMahon, Host of "Here's Where it Gets Interesting" podcast)