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Live Ablaze

And Light Up the World
Narrated by: Sarah Davison-Tracy
Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
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Winner of the 2018 Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Awards, bronze - Social Activism and Charity / Merit - Motivational and Inspirational.

Award-Winning Finalist in "Best New Non-Fiction" - 2018 Best Book Awards

If you've ever wondered how one person could possibly make a difference just by showing up exactly as they are: Welcome! 

Are you searching for belonging, feeling uninspired, worn out with self-help attempts that don't last, or longing for more peace in your daily life? Kindle a life beyond what you have dared to dream, make a powerful difference, and discover new ways to connect and find community. 

Link arms, learn, expand for change, and light up the world with us. One step at a time, you will uncover more of who you are and what matters most to you. You will be fueled for a life that is peace-making, bridge-building, and change-making.

This audiobook will meet you right where you are. You may feel more than ready and eager to receive this invitation at this very moment, or you may feel you don't yet have energy for such a life. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing right here and now, you are in just the right spot. As we journey together, the glow of hope, peace, and love will stoke the flames of a life far beyond what you ever dared to dream.

©2018 Sarah Davison-Tracy (P)2019 Sarah Davison-Tracy

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  • TU
  • 05-03-19

Really good

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I have to say, this was actually one of the most motivational books I've listened to on Audible in some time. I know that I am often someone who needs to take moments to pause and slow down and be more in the moment. To enjoy those peaceful moments and get more out of life. The author did a great job of self-narration. She really made the book feel conversational and insightful. I really enjoyed it.

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  • Gillian
  • Austin, TX, United States
  • 04-28-19

If You Want To Make A Difference...!

I wasn't sure I was going to like Live Ablaze at first. I mean, it starts off a tad disjointed and wanders. Davison-Tracy starts with mostly purely personal topics/subjects such as her eating disorder. It's a study in shame and regret and, at first, I thought I was listening to a work by Brene Brown (whom she quotes). I thought I might as well go for Brown instead as the woman also brings in-depth research, goofball Texas storytelling, major insight into the studies of shame and vulnerability.
But then Live Ablaze got going with how we can find our place in the world. And I mean: The WORLD, not just your neighborhood area.
Davison-Tracy has walked the talk. As a teenager, she jumped at the chance to live in India and had some hard lessons about suffering, poverty, the plight of little beggar children that left her weeping. But it left her determined also, and she and her family continue to travel the world, doing good works.
If you've ever wondered how you can make a difference, give Live Ablaze a listen. It is packed with chances to find points of peace, chances to dig deeper into your thoughts and dreams. It also gives examples of how people have turned their talents into good works (Okay, so there is an example of working in your own corner of your hometown: A hairdresser who took his scissors to the street to provide free grooming to the homeless). One woman even turned her love of fashion into a chance to educate others on fair trade and the plight of workhouses.
I'm not ready to go that big in my own life just yet, but I appreciated the opportunity to be inspired and to really think about the world around me!
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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