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The Beautiful Book Of Possibilities
The Beautiful Book Of Possibilities

I was inspired to write this book because I wanted my son to love reading and I wanted him to know that he matters in this world……a world that can be distracting with all its glitz and glitter.

 I wanted him to know he matters in a way that’s beyond what in front of him. Miracles exists everyday. They can be missed unless you pause and take a minute to see how the possible comes from what appears to be nothingness.

 Take the butterfly for example. It starts out as a caterpillar, turns into a chrysalis, and emerges as a butterfly. This process happens around us. Yet, many of us don’t take the time to see how miraculous that is.
 Image the struggle the caterpillar must go through before emerging as a butterfly. First, the caterpillar emerges from a tiny egg and eats the leaves on which it arises. It is very hungry and eats much, shedding its skin and growing to 100 times its original size. Second, it forms a chrysalis, which hangs from a twig or the underside of a leaf and hardens.

 Inside, the chrysalis, it begins to digest its whole body. Soon, only a nutrient rich liquid remains, instead of the caterpillar. The wings and the entire butterfly form, in this restrictive environment. Finally, the butterfly fights its way out of the chrysalis, after under going a metamorphosis. Cutting the cocoon open to help, will result in underdeveloped wings that will never fly.

 The struggle to emerge, makes the butterfly strong. The butterfly rests for hours before flying. Then butterfly soars, in testimony of its the miracle of its Creator. Simple Planting the seed of what’s possible is a gift for your child. Share the “Beautify Book of Possibilities” to provide a reality of what’s possible for them. The book is available on

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