The Truth About Everything by Brianna Wiest

The Truth About Everything

byBrianna Wiest

Kobo ebook | July 10, 2013

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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.
Title:The Truth About EverythingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 10, 2013Publisher:Thought CatalogLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:162539165X

ISBN - 13:9781625391650

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from An inspiring read. A very good read on love, life, letting-go, second chances, hope, relationships, inspiration and a whole lot more. One of my favorites, to quote: “Maybe part of the reason that love becomes such a volatile force in our lives when it’s supposed to be so still and beautiful is that we keep reaching for that forever love. We can’t just let it be what it is. We try to make feelings and interest sustain themselves for years and years when they just don’t have that kind of staying power. But how much of it is a result of our own changing and how much is the fact that forever love comes with so many expectations and too much pressure? What if it’s really that nobody is to blame, other than whoever instilled in us the idea that “forever” was the ultimate kind of love? Because what if we stopped expecting and started just being. I think that’s what scares people. I think they choose to not love someone because of what it means for the long-term instead of having any interspersed bits of love. But those bits might be all we ever have. It’s out of them that the rest grows.”
Date published: 2014-02-10