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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Hello, My Name Is Love: Please Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself by Joshua Kaighen is an engaging book that gives new meaning to the word 'love' and helps readers interpret it with an entirely new perception. The book is all about Love and will encourage readers to spread Love around them. The author reminds readers how to analyze and look into themselves and discover the areas within them where Love has been missing and how to act upon it. Written from the viewpoint of Love, it is wonderful how the author gives Love individuality and a personality of its own.
I like the way the topic has been dealt with; it is innovative, authentic, and unique which makes this an interesting book to read. The letters written to those who Love loves are quite interesting and this is a good way to understand Love, its presence, and its role in every reader's life. The primary goal of Love is to lift people up and encourage them, and extreme amounts of forgiveness, grace, and mercy are required to lay the foundation and thought process for Love to flourish. The book is a good tool to understand what Love likes and dislikes and the conditions in which it cannot thrive and survive. Reading this book is a good reminder of how to attract Love into life and realize the areas where it cannot prosper, and act accordingly. Hello, My Name Is Love: Please Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself by Joshua Kaighen is the best way to understand the fullness and wholeness of Love.