Daily Inspiration

We cannot get to know each other just through talking. We get to know each other deeply through being - laughing, crying, playing, loving, conflict, learning. Words are easy - anyone can say anything about themselves, but we cannot hide our intent in our real interactions. We cannot know someone's heart through words alone.

By Dr. Margaret Paul

"Dr. Margaret Paul's "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God?" beautifully shows how God's love nurtures and directs our psychological growth, restoring peace, passion and sanity. You will find much to agree with, argue against and ponder; this book will leave you changed.

Margaret Paul [in "Inner Bonding"] offers us a simple and very effective tool for healing our inner upsets and quieting the confusion in our minds. I recommend that you use this valuable tool daily on your path to wholeness.
Susan Jeffers, Ph.D.

"Margaret Paul is an insightful and profound teacher. She skillfully helps us to explore, heal and deepen our relationship with God."

Dr. Margaret Paul gives us a highly recommended book, "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God?" for experiencing spiritual exercises that remove the blocks to experience the presence of God in our lives."

Through this process I went from being my last resort to being my own best friend! Meeting my inner-child was the most rewarding moment in my life. I finally experienced the total goodness and light that is the essence of my being -- my true self. What could be a more powerful gift. It feels good to be whole!
Catherine Oxenberg

It is very obvious that the authors are onto something big. They have made an explicit and important break with other 'child within' writers by emphasizing that it is not simply a healthy Inner Child or Inner Parent but a healthy relationship between the two which is the key to personal health. The work ["Healing Your Aloneness"] is practical, compelling, and very readable.
John Vasconcellos