I believe in two things when it comes to my creativity: inspiration and procrastination.
It takes very little to distract me from my writing. While I spent 2020 taking care of myself, I spent very little of that time writing. Along with pursuing both my sobriety and my healing journey, procrastination is another factor why I haven’t published a book in over a year. So it’s no surprise that the universe connected me with Stephanie C. Lewis, author of Talitha Koum, on the new social media platform Clubhouse. I received a copy of her book, intending on using this post to give space to the book on a promotional level.
And then I, a person who would never be referred to as particularly religious, started reading and discovered that this was an antidote to my own creative procrastination.
The title, which is Aramaic for ‘little girl, I say to you arise’, rings loud and clear throughout the thirty-day devotional. Lewis begins each day’s message with a scripture (or two or three) that magnifies the spiritual task of the day. Extending grace to yourself, minding your words, and remaining focused are just a few of the lessons in Talitha Koum. Lewis created an essential life manual, a spiritual reset for anyone – regardless of religious affiliation – to embody.
If you’re seeking a morning message to start your day or an evening reflection before slumber, Talitha Koum should be in your backpack or on your nightstand for guidance. Lewis’ commentary is set in a mix of love and discipline that is comparable to essential thought leaders such as Iyanla Vanzant or Gabrielle Bernstein.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Stephanie was born and raised in South Carolina. She is a Veteran of the United States Army. Stephanie graduated from Claflin University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Stephanie is the founder of Heart Of A Princess Enterprise, a group purposed to bring girls and women together to bring to sight their true value and worth through mentorship, life coaching, and empowerment. Stephanie is a published author. Her work includes a 30 day devotional for women, to motivate them to move in their purpose. She is also the host of Broken Into Beautiful Podcast, where she empowers women to push through their broken stages of life and transform into the beautiful butterflies and diamonds they were meant to become.
You can follow Stephanie on LinkedIn and Instagram. Don’t forget to one-click Talitha Koum on Amazon!
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