Your Angels Called and Left a Message

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***Award Winning Finalist,'Poetry:Inspirational' category, 2013 International Book Awards***
How whole do you feel? It's true that you are a spirit having a physical experience. When that connection is strengthened you will be happier and your life will flow more smoothly. Allow these Divine words to lift and nourish you with their truth. Open to a page and read the message for your soul today... More

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About Hemat Malak

Award winning spiritual author, Hemat Malak, loved writing poetry as a child.

It was not until she experienced the frustrations of an adult life gone wrong, and the blessings that came to turn that around, that she wrote again.

After a failed marriage, she found herself alone with two young children (the youngest with additional needs), feeling angry and disillusioned. Her search for answers led to a beautiful connection with angels that lit her spirit with the love of the Divine.

"Malak" means 'angel' in Arabic and 'messenger' in Hebrew, a lovely synchronicity, as Hemat calls on angels to reveal the wisdom of the heavens. She works to allow the Divine to ignite a spark in your soul through her inspired writing.

She writes from her home in Sydney, Australia, and continues to share the beautiful messages on her website, AngelHeartLight, at http://angelheartlight.com

Reviews

Review by: Patty on March 27, 2013 :
This book allows you to find the answers you have been looking for in the profound and beautiful messages. The messages radiate such wisdom and insight, I found reading them to be a real inspiration for the challenges that face me in my life. I found guidance and peace and was so comforted by so many of these wonderful messages. I truly believe this book can help people to connect to both their spirituality and happiness and well as remind us all of a powerful sense of connectivity we have with the world (something I think we tend to forget!). I am forever grateful for this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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