I became more interested in why some people recover from cancer and why others die quickly, even with a similar form of cancer to those who survived.
Sydney (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Albert Einstein once wrote that you could live life as though nothing was a miracle, or live as though everything is a miracle. It is how one chooses to live their lives that determine peace, happiness and sometimes, even success.
According to Geraldine Moran, everything is a miracle. As humans, we need to learn to tap into those miracles to achieve a greater understanding of our being and the awesomeness that is our world. In her new book, “Miracles or Coincidences,” Moran teaches readers in seven steps to recognize the everyday for what it truly is, a miracle.
This isn’t a new belief system, but purely a deeper understanding to what we as humans already believe. For those new to spirituality, Moran’s book might even shine a light on those wonderful experiences once thought to be coincidence.
As a cancer survivor and a mother to an adopted child, Moran is no stranger to difficulties, but through each scenario she consciously accepted the twists and turns. Moran sees joy in the little things and advises others to do the same.
“As I was recovering from cancer, my husband and I decided to adopt,” Moran said. “The process took 7 years. I volunteered during that time with Make Today Count, which assists people with life threatening illnesses. I became more interested in why some people recover from cancer and why others die quickly, even with a similar form of cancer to those who survived.”
Backed by thought-leaders in the spirituality field, like John Demartini, Moran teaches us that miracles are a mathematical certainty; it’s learning to see them as such.
“Miracles or Coincidences”
By Geraldine Moran
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press online stores
About the author
Geraldine Moran is a success coach with a wealth of life experiences under her belt. She started her professional career as a lawyer, then moved to psychology and gained a Master of Analytical Psychology degree. Moran works as a catalyst for change and finds that assisting people to drive beyond their perceived limits and achieve their goals is not only fulfilling but also rewarding and challenging. In all of these endeavors, helping other people has been at the heart of Moran’s motivation; leaving a legacy beyond her lifespan is a driving passion. Moran is currently CEO of a company that helps at-risk youth.
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