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Be prepared to finally find your heart! "Reel" Love Equals "Real" Love was created to share some valuable insights to life and love. The concept is from my father teaching me about struggles in life. My father was a man that learned as a little boy, the joy of fishing. When he was a small child he had a father that today would be considered abusive. When my father passed away, I received his first fishing pole. It was a simple hand made wood holder (front cover picture) with string tied around it. He was a terrific example of a humble man who knew the value of another human being. He always knew that fishing had a way of calming him and helping him find his true North Star, family! The name of this book came as I was thinking about my father and the incredible wisdom he had. Anything that does not have a struggle to it, takes the challenge and the joy away from the final "catch." In love it is not the bait you use, it is the struggle, in the catch, that makes the work a victory in the heart, soul and spirit! It is the resistance along with the anticipation of what you are really bringing in, that makes the ultimate look at what is on your line of love so exciting. Learn that the journey to "real" love is found in a simple "reel" of struggle and that is well worth the final catch! This book is an attempt to show you how to reach the depths of a loving, lasting, struggling and wonder filled life with someone. The principles of fishing, as they relate to loving relationships, can carry great meaning in your life's journey to find real love.
  • ISBN13: 9781467913027
  • Publisher: Createspace
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00176
Specifications
FormatPaperback
Publication DateJuly 24, 2013
Primary CategoryFamily & Relationships/Love & Romance
Publisher ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform

"Reel" Love Equals "Real" Love: Wisdom for Finding Real Love

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