About the book: How to Recognize When You’re Dying a Bit Every Day
The secret of life is not whether we will live or die; it is the parts of ourselves which we allow to die while we are living.
—Gary Busey, Hollywood actor, who was given this message when he had a near-death experience in a motorcycle accident
We are walking our path in paradoxical times. We hear that the world is waking up, yet we read every day that another life or many lives have been taken by senseless tragedies. We evolve with technology yet ponder how to stay connected. We have prepackaged foods yet struggle to take care of ourselves. We have more knowledge but seem to know less. We believe in dreams yet have difficulty believing in our own. We long to believe in God or something larger than ourselves, yet we do not seem to understand that the way to God is by loving what is closest to us.
We have more wealth, yet in so many ways we are still poor, and many of us are longing for a life of meaning, value, and purpose. We long to have a message and an understanding of life that allows us to be heard, recognized, and discovered for who we truly are. We long to matter, and as a teacher of mine many years ago always said, ‘We are here not to solve all the problems of the world but to not be one of the problems of the world.’
“Temple Hayes is a catalyst for total transformation.” —Janet Bray Attwood, New York Times bestselling author, The Passion Test
Meet the Author: Rebel, renegade, resurrected a thousand times, Temple Hayes is a prophet and mystic for our time. Raised in South Carolina, Temple was born to question everything. She turned to a new understanding of Spirit to pull her from alcohol addiction and through a hundred different fears.
Firm in her conviction that the Creator loves you as you are and wants to have a conversation, Temple offers practical tools and pithy realizations to jumpstart all who die a little bit every day and fast forward to impassioned and energized living. A practicing shaman, Temple is a catalyst for turning lingering sorrows into brighter tomorrows and restoring all parts of our soul.