This week, I want to do something different and spotlight someone very special to me, Dr. Victoria L. Johnson. She is the author of the newly released book, “When There Are No More Tears: A Buddha’s Story of Love.”
“An autobiographical story of transforming and transcending personal challenges. The public perception that marriage is a financial bargain is turned on its head when this mother chooses to release the father from all but two financial obligations. Upon waiving all rights to alimony, his pension, life insurance and future wealth she set in motion events that would cause everyone left behind to become strong. Experimenting with a faith as a means to empower the higher rather than the lower self afforded opportunties to meet challenges with foresight and courage. Even during the darkest moments the enlightened path is always available. This book started as a journal forty years ago. The details are real life experiences that help to inspire.”
I read this book last week, and simply couldn’t put it down. I completed it all in one sitting. This book spoke to me about true unconditional love and about self-love. We can’t love someone more than we love ourselves. Sacrificing our dreams for another in the name of love sounds nice, but there’s a cost to pay. Is loving someone else really worth selling your soul? Dr. Johnson speaks about how she used her faith to reclaim her life and live it on her own terms. Even if it meant losing everything and starting completely over. This book is inspiring, encouraging, and empowering. I highly recommend you pick up a copy! Click here to purchase the book.
Next week, I will be interviewing Dr. Johnson and I will post it here, stay tuned! In the meantime, check out other books by Dr. Johnson here.
If you live in the Atlanta area, we will be meeting on Sunday, April 21st over lunch to discuss this amazing book! If you are interested in participating, please contact me to receive further details!
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