Often we have the thought to tell someone how much they mean to us and how grateful we are that they are in our lives but for one reason or another we don’t. Then something happens and we say, “If only….” I’m getting a copy of i am gr8ful for you for every person that I am grateful for, writing a note and tucking it inside on the page that most represents who they are for me. When they get to the page, they’ll have a happy surprise!! ~ Debra Poneman Founder, Yes to Success Seminars Best-selling author of Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul
Kim Serafini has created an astonishing book of inspiration. Anyone, anywhere, and anytime can pick up this beautiful book and be affirmed as well as confirmed in their efforts to relate to others in the practice of kindness, honesty, respect, gratitude and so many more of the spiritual realities that make life worth living. We cannot place these realities in our hand like a coin, but they bring more happiness than gold, and they are infinitely more valuable. Here fabulous artwork is coupled with timeless affirmation. Were I to give a splendid present to anyone no matter how young or old, this would be it! I am grateful to Kim for her vision! Live in the light of this book and live a happier, healthier, longer and flourishing life. ~ Prof Stephen G Post Wall Street Journal best-selling author of The Hidden Gifts of Helping President, The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love.
My God, what a book! It's simply beautiful and beautifully laid out - a joy to leaf through on a gentle afternoon. i am gr8ful for you has prompted this question in me: When, if ever, has there been a pervading consciousness of gratitude on this planet? Probably never. It's far too easy, too human, to default to a state of continually wanting more. Of course we all want more - it's part of our evolutionary process - but to do so in the absence of gratitude for what we already have heads us for trouble. Kim's book provides a window into a world to be thankful for. For that, and for a million other things, I am grateful. ~ Hunter and Andrea Payne Founders of Aid Still Required