Chanit Roston is a mother of three accomplished adults. She has been a healer in several modalities, a professional painter and a writer. She yields practical and poignant words of experiential wisdom, which are sure to spur anyone reading this to new insights, enthusiasm and inspired action.
Chanit knows life as the Major Miracle it is. She is a survivor of the holocaust and a life-threatening automobile accident. She miraculously survived and has been thriving with inspiration as her fuel and love of people as the driving force.
Having met many people who have felt that their life circumstances prevented them from following their hopes, wishes and dreams to accomplish hidden yearnings, Chanit feels their pain and has a clear vision and practical balm to soothe their spirit. There is no better place than here, no better time than now, to begin the promised journey to the magical horizon.
A pilgrim of the Camino de Santiago de Compostella, which continues daily on the road of life, she has met many such pilgrims, all carrying heavy loads. Some people get pained by the loads they feel are weighing them down, their bodies ailing with minor and major pains.
Young people who feel hopeless, aimless and discouraged; older people, who feel left behind and full of regrets, they lack the motivation to tackle what they see as possibilities never attempted: The roads never taken.
Chanit emphatically relates to these plights. Her major ambition has always been to be inspired and be inspiring. She has been doing that for many years on a small scale.
With this book she aims to bring the balm to a great number of people in such need.