The natural creation and evolution of the jewel –
Childhood to Adulthood
The jewel being removed from its natural environment –
Marriage and Adultery
The jewel undergoing a process of brokenness –
The jewel being made whole and complete –
The jewel being rid of the unnecessary-
The jewel being placed in a new environment –
The jewel’s reflection of Light-
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The book was an EXCELLENT read! I was able to relate to all aspects. I just loved the overall humor. It was detailed, open, honest, sad but inspirational, motivating, etc. The book was powerful in that it did not make excuses for adultery but encouraged one to lean on GOD and his word to guide us through life’s challenges. I would love to read the sequel!
It was beneficial that you were able to connect what was happening generationally in your family. Most people are not able to connect these actions. It puts you on a path to healing and more importantly canceling a curse. Wisdom beyond years of life!!! The genuineness of what you have been through was apparent. I felt you through the book.
It’s a living breathing testament to what real, growing, transparent faith looks like. It shows how strong women are too. This book provided a transparent look into issues that many of us face, but few feel comfortable enough to tackle. My favorite chapter is about music. Music shapes my life and I understood so much.
I wish I had a book like this when I was going through my divorce. There are a lot of books to tell you how to move on or give up. But not a lot that teaches you how to deal with the issues head on. This book was very transparent and let us know it’s okay to go through the different stages and divorce is not the only option. My favorite chapter was FILLED.
K. Louise is a woman who has been married for nine years and a mother to five children. She has made great strides in the profession of architecture and currently testing to be a registered architect.
She has always had a passion to help others. She not only helps people and the community through spatial design, but is also active in her church as a youth ministry volunteer.