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These triumphant stories of everyday courage will enlighten and inspire you. Calling All Angels exemplifies how inextricably we are all linked across social and economic spectrums. You will become aware of the universe of startling connections that we often miss due to distractions and preoccupations that can occur while trying to stay in our own lane and navigate our own lives. These illustrations also show how one can choose his or her attitude in any given set of circumstances, just as Viktor Frankl demonstrated to us in his book, Man's Search for Meaning (Buccaneer Books, 1993).

This audiobook is designed for anyone who has experienced, or desires to experience, angelic messages in his or her own unique way. How they appear to us and how we discern their constant and continual influence has yet to be revealed. The purpose of this book is not only to share a journey of discovery, but also to encourage others to become aware of and share similar revelations. In this book you will find unique, powerful, and uplifting stories from a variety of individuals.

©2013 Mary Cox Garner (P)2014 Mary Cox Garner

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Kindness makes you an angel

The author highlights several cabbies who behaved kindly to others, even going above and beyond for others and encourages one not to judge others by their occupation. Her stories highlight several immigrants who have worked hard and are educated, yet choose to serve the public in this way.