Triumph Over Adversity
Restore your optimism. There seems to be a never-ending supply of bad news in our world today, making us feel lost, anxious, and hopeless. But inspirational writer Eileen Campbell is here to remind us that we must not give up hope-because hope is what transforms the world. By clinging to hope, we regain a sense of control in our lives and remember that we are in control.
Daily meditations to guide you toward a better future. Campbell has written a number of inspirational books, and this self-help book for women is guaranteed to be just as influential as her others. As a prominent self-help and spirituality publisher, Campbell comes well-equipped to share powerful meditations with readers. By sharing the stories of great, fearless women of our time throughout her book, Campbell brings her meditations to life.
Find purpose and happiness in each day. By simply opening up this meditation book each day, we set ourselves on a path to heal from hurt and rediscover purpose. The words in this book provide a pick-me-up in the midst of troubles and a point of clarity for confusing times. The meditations motivate us to pursue joy in each and every day.
If you're looking for a practical, friendly, and helpful book to put a smile on your face and hope in your soul, then Eileen Campbell's The Woman's Book of Hope is the book for you. Read it and find...
- Inspirational quotes from women such as Marie Curie, Anne Frank, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, and more
- Daily meditations to lift up your day
- A source of light and inspiration during stressful or traumatic times
Readers of Dear Universe, The Gratitude Journal for Women, Journey to the Heart, or Present, Not Perfect; will enjoy Campbell's The Woman's Book of Hope.
About the Author
Eileen Campbell is the author of several books, including The Woman's Book of Joy. She was an alternative/New Age publisher for over 30 years and worked in various capacities for major publishers including Routledge, Random House, Penguin, Rodale, Judy Piatkus Books, and Harper Collins. She was also a writer/presenter for BBC Radio's Something Understood and Pause for Thought in the 1990s. Visit her at www.eileencampbellbooks.com.