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Building Better Lives - By Tending to the Gardens of the Heart

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by: CHARLES PRESTON FLETCHER
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Publication Date: December 16, 2018
Book Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
Pages: 105
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
We are each broken to various degrees by events and happenings in our world of needs. We suffer because we are living creatures. It’s as simple as that. We all walk, at different times of our lives through some kind of hell. Do not come out Empty-Handed. Don’t let your suffering be in vain. Survive…Heal and Grow when your Heart or Body aches. What was beautiful when whole is beautiful when broken too. Make Music…With what remains of your suffering. Let it help you find "The real and better you.

Dance and Sing to a melody that is Gentler, Wiser and More Beautiful than Before.

We "Build Better Lives by Tending to the Gardens of the Heart”.



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charles fletcher
Posted: December 16, 2018
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This book is a Labor of Love. It is heart warming and easy to read. The Author's hope is that you will find a comfort in its pages and learn to discover and uncover your innate strengths that can help you turn suffering and pain into something positive and good.
About The Author
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Charles Preston Fletcher loves uplifting others. He has joyfully written sixteen volumes of varied poetic verse in a simple, heartfelt, straight forward language. His works are easily readable by all.

His writings are written on various topics of interest but all are about the power that love has in everyone's life.

The author is a graduate of DePauw University in Indiana. He lives in rural Indiana with his wife of over thirty three years. They have a love and a shared outlook on the world that always finds strength in a caring heart.

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