Life is an uncertain morphing of the beautiful and devastating, the reckless and ordained, the inconsequential and cataclysmal. Brianna Wiest writes about her own experiences and truths of life as they pertain to the greater universe in this first compilation of her work.
The selected pieces are ones to turn to when you are in need of answers, comfort and a little tough love now and again. Brianna provides a place of solace and understanding while still perpetuating her beliefs as they pertain to the reality of our individual journeys. The Truth About Everything asks you to challenge what you thought to be true, take the spiritual journey, and come out on the other end with your own story to tell.
There was nothing new or original or creative. There are so many better books out there on this subject that are well researched, with authors who have more experience. This felt like a personal journal rather than a book that should have been published. Disappointed that I didn’t learn anything new whatsoever.
says the things we all inherently know at our core, yet so easily forget. we should probably all read or listen to it on a regular basis.
This audiobook completely clicked with me and made me realize a few things I couldn't get my head around!
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"If you don't love him, you should leave him!"
I couldn't finish this - it was like a "Sex and the City" / girltalk / womens magazine coloumn.
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