Reflections: "Let Us Make Man in Our Image"

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Aug 23, 2018 - 198 pages

In a world in which the meaning of life seems fully defined and everything around us is clear and familiar, it is liberating to discover that we are wrong...

After 16-year-old Ella decides that life is not worth living, she suddenly meets Sam, a mysterious old man. This meeting marks the start of a new life of discovery. Sam comes in and out of her life for more than 30 years, travelling with her around the world, teaching her about the essence of life. Through her celebrations and her pain, he helps her learn that she has the ultimate divine power - choice.

This is a story of realization, where fantasy and reality, life and death, pain and pleasure, are woven together, bringing to light the inner truth of our existence. It peels back the layers of our beliefs about love, happiness, birth, death, friendship, power, parenting, family and spirituality, and takes readers through the process of revealing the core powers within them.

Who is Sam? Imaginary friend? Guardian angel? God? Read this wonderful book and find out for yourself.

"Ronit's ability to take the reader on a journey of self-discovery is insightful and powerful. Every word of this book is a glimpse into the nature of the human mind. You will be holding your breath until the enlightening end"

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About the author (2018)

Ronit Baras is an educator, life coach, author, journalist and justice of peace. She is an international speaker and presenter and has been writing, coaching and teaching emotional intelligence techniques for 28 years around the world (including USA, Israel, Thailand, Singapore & Australia). Ronit thinks that people can live a happy life by learning basic emotional skills to manage their feelings and actions and to take charge of their life and that her books can guide readers through this transformation.

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