Nate Solder, New York Giants offensive tackle, has decided to opt of the 2020 NLF season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He said that God’s help and guidance led him to the difficult decision in an announcement on social media last week. “My family and I have been praying, wrestling, and listening to God about […]
“I’ve always loved coloring eggs and having Easter egg hunts with my kids. Religiously, the notion of resurrection and being reborn is very meaningful to me. After the dark days of Lent, Easter is a time of hope!” says Danielle Steel on her website.
“I wanted to be a nun when I was young. Religion is what keeps me going, I would be utterly lost without it,” says Steel in her interview with Reuters. “I was brought up a rabid Catholic and there have been times–like when my son died and my (fourth) husband had left me–I went to mass twice a day just to hang on. It’s a very present support system for me. It’s not for everybody but it works for me,” she says in this interview.
Reuters also reports that even though she didn’t choose to become a nun, religion has remained a strong part of her life. Though, Steel’s life is quite a contrast from the life she would have had to lead as a nun. After having been married five times, she has seven biological and two adopted children and splits her time between homes in San Francisco and Paris.
“Honor Thyself” is a story of a famous woman who has an accident that leaves her not knowing who she is. However, in this life-threatening crisis she is forced to rediscover her roots, herself and to count her blessings. This is a story of survival and one woman’s gutsy journey and promises to be an inspiring read.
–written by Visi Tilak