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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Acquiesce to Love Peace Gratitude by Fabiola Piedad Maria Alicia Reynales de Berry is an inspiring read and is about Susana, whose story will make readers understand that no matter what happens, the mind and the heart are powerful components of the life that is lived. Her story helps readers understand that only the person can resolve what their mind and heart have created. Susana’s life had never been smooth and the difficulties she faced required patience and courage. The book speaks about the importance of the subconscious mind; how important it is to be aware of your own thoughts, emotions, and feelings, and to change them when they do not serve you well any longer. It is a story about change, transformation, gratitude, self-belief, and faith.
Life can go wrong in many ways at different stages and Susana’s story will resonate with many readers who have experienced similar problems in their own lives. A failed marriage, stress, anxiety, dementia, trauma, pain, and fear are palpable while reading Susana’s story. The narration is detailed and takes readers right in there. Her story gives one hope of improving life and experiencing wonderful things like love, peace, gratitude, and joy all over again. It is a good read for all those who are struggling with personal issues in their lives and want to make positive changes so that they can live life meaningfully. For all those who are going through a bad phase in their lives, this book gives good tips and suggestions that will prove to be helpful when it comes to getting life back on track.