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Powerful New Book Promises: “It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again” by global author Daniel Bloom

Powerful New Book Promises: "It's Never Too Late
to Begin Again" by global author Daniel Bloom










(PRWEB) November 29, 2003

New York -- Life Potential Books announces the publication of a global book for adults titled "In the Eyes of a Child, It's Never Too Late to Begin Again" by global author and book packager Daniel Bloom

(danbloom@reporters.net).

"In the Eyes of a Child, It's Never Too Late to Begin Again" empowers readers worldwide to explore and discover their own potential for

living a richer and more rewarding life. "Eyes" offers insightful observations coupled with poiganant questions that readers can consider as they go about their lives. As it raises our awareness of how we are living in the present, it offers empowering alternatives that can help us live with a greater sense of happiness and personal fulfillment. It's a picture for adults, with an inspirational text for those in the 18-48

age bracket and with 50 illustrations from the Global Children's Art Gallery as artwork.

The book is already winning fans in the online therapy community worldwide. One poet and therapist from Japan says, "When I read this

insightful, user-friendly little book, I got goosebumps and was

truly touched by its wisdom and simplicity. Every page contains something that can be used to improve one's life. I am recommending it to all my friends, clients and fellow therapists."    

Dan Bloom studied the works of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D., Baba Ram Dass and Rudolph Steiner, and has spent many years as an editor

and reporter, in severeal countries, including Japan and Taiwan.

Through these experiences he has gained a remarkable ability to find the

opportunities in seemingly impossible situations. "Eyes" combines a collection of simple observations with thought provoking questions.

It includes thought provoking topics such as: asking for what we need, being enough, deadlines, forgiveness, letting go, making a difference,

feeling overwhelmed, regrets, and being exactly where we need to be.

Readers can use the accompanying illustrations by young children from

over 15 countries to reflect their own most personal and heartfelt needs.

Contact: Dan Bloom at danbloom@reporters.net

NOTE: The 120-page book has already been published in Taiwan, with future editions coming soon in Japan and Korea. The author is currently looking for an ethusiastic US publisher to release the book to a global market. Inquiries welcome.


















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