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Book Name:A gentle reminder
Author:Bianca Sparacino
GenreFantasy Fiction Books
File Type:PDF (Downloadable)
PDF Size:2.77 MB

A slight nudge on the days when the weight of the world seems to lift and the sun rises a little later. Both when your heart is broken and when your heart is full of hope, this is a reassuring concept to have. If you're at the point where you're starting to have hope in humanity again and you need some words to help you put the pieces of your heart back together, here's one. A gentle prompt for those times when development appears inevitable and you need to dig deep to bury the anxiety about it. While you are trying to teach yourself that it is okay to experience both joy and sorrow, you need to be gently reminded that you are a genuine person with real flaws. It's important to teach oneself that it's okay to feel both the chaos and the beauty of being human. This is merely a kind reminder to have in mind the next time you go looking for the words and phrases you required when you were younger. In case you ever need to be reminded, the following is a loving declaration that you are worthy of love in proportion to the amount of love you give to others. Here's a mild prod to remind you that you are more than the sum of your mistakes and your past.

When you need a reminder to maintain your sensitive nature and compassionate nature intact, this is the kind of reminder you need. An easy reminder to keep in mind for the times when you need to have complete faith in love despite living in a world that doesn't always show you that it's true. a positive word to inspire you to keep going. Inspirational and comforting words of advice. Let me gently bring it to your attention. The necessary stuff will be delivered to you.

About the Author

Poet and visual artist Bianca Sparacino was born and raised in Canada's cultural hub, Toronto. She posts tweets as "rainbowsalt." The titles of her three novels—"A Gentle Reminder," "The Strength in Our Scars," and "Seeds Planted in Concrete"—tell the story. About a million copies of her books have been sold around the world after they were translated into a variety of languages.

Who Should read this Book? 

I squandered a year on someone who wasn't ready to reciprocate my love. How shall I put it? Then, just as the book was about to end, I picked it up again. I've been reading a few pages here and there over the past two and a half months as I've processed my grief over the breakup of the relationship. This is ideal for my needs. The reassuring tiny prods that let me know I'm okay just the way I am, that loving myself is a blessing, and that I deserve to be in a relationship with someone who extends the same degree of unconditional acceptance to me as they do to me. I couldn't have recovered had you not been by my side. The timing of this appears suspect. I was fortunate to come upon this book at the appropriate time. That I am completely recording it at the same time as I am prepared to end the failed connection. My sincere gratitude goes out to Bianca Sparacino for being so forthright and kind in your remarks.

Book Summary 

The book's accessibility and focus on meaningful topics like community made it a pleasure to read. This reminded me of a conversation I had at Hippiefest back in the day. At a table proclaiming free advice, an old woman was stationed. With my dad and I laughing at the woman and her sign, I stepped over to have a look. Throughout the next half an hour, we talked about everything from her life as a homeless child in Texas to her work as a midwife supporting low-income women during childbirth to her recent loss of husband of twenty years. If I'm being completely honest, in the past 16 years, I've shared more intimate facts about my life with this woman than with any other individual, including my closest friends and relatives. We were complete strangers, so I don't even know her name.
This book felt like an exaggerated and drawn-out script of a conversation I had with this lady, and I don't think it had quite the same impact because of it.

I'd like to share three quotes from the book that particularly struck me as a young reader. I wish I'd read these words when I was younger.

The first is, "Your heart should be exhausted and gentle all over when you leave this planet. A heart that has been broken by love, by feeling, by caring, is a heart that has been broken in the best conceivable way.

For the second part, "I pray you'll find the strength to forgive yourself for the things you did to stop your pain."

Finally, "when you assume that you will never be recognised and loved for who you truly are, you miss the potential to be known, to be astonished by people who would come up in your life and hold your heart the manner you have always thought it'd be kept."

I didn't love the book, but it earned four stars from me because it reminded me of a time when I had to be completely forthright with a complete stranger.

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