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In the closing paragraph of each one-page devotional Vanzant names an old way of thinking and offers readers a new attitude to try on "just for today". For example, Vanzant writes, "Until today, you may have believed that you had to stay in the painful hole of hurt caused by the loss of a loved one. Just for today, make a conscious effort and choice to cover the hole and move on." Some might consider these devotions a fancy term for affirmations. Vanzant scoffs at the notion. Time spent in devotion is not a "New Age trick through which you can impose your will on God, the universe, or those around you", she writes. "Devotion is the reverent, personal act of surrendering your will to the Divine will". --Gail Hudson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
great book! i loved waking up and opening to read it while having my coffee :) read every page all year long!Published 13 months ago by renee
This gem of a book is one of Vanzant's best works yet!
The book is broken down into twelve sections that each deal with a spiritual principal. Read more
I really enjoyed "Until Today." My first exposure to it was in a yoga class where the instructor would read it to us during final relaxation. Read morePublished on July 5 2003 by Chgochick
The only words that can describe this sistah, is "Heaven Sent!"
From the moment I picked this book up, there was such a calm that enveloped my soul that mere words... Read more
Everything that Iyanla Vanzant writes is life changing in a very good way. She is so real and so intuned to spiritual things. Read morePublished on April 17 2003
I bought this book last July after my partner of 15 years and I separated to help me understand myself and my life better. I was at a real low and needed answers. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2003
Each affirmation is incredible. I have shared some much of what I've read with others. I've written up some of the affirmations and sent them along to friends, I've even... Read morePublished on April 19 2002
I have bought this book for many many friends. This book connects the gap that exists between my soul and my ego. Read morePublished on April 11 2002 by Shelly Hallberg