I swear you have esp. I’m sending this to a co-worker who lost her dad. May lift her spirits. – Harry Tyner
Hillis Pugh’s latest book, “Awaken With Gratitude” is practical guide showing everyone how to create the life they really want by using real-life every day example from his spiritual journey. Gratitude is the main catalyst from which this is possible. A great book for those of on any type of spiritual quest of happiness and fulfillment. I highly recommend this book to anyone! Congrats Hillis and best wishes for your continued success in sharing your spiritual journey with others!
The only thing I don’t like about this book is that there isn’t a Volume 2 yet. So inspiring. I look at my life so different after reading this book. Every day I am thankful for something that I have in my life. – Kathy Heinrich
Awaken With Gratitude is an inspiring book written by Hillis Pugh which illuminates some of the most complex feelings, dilemmas and lessons we confront in life. Awaken With Gratitude is written in an easy to understand manner, yet one cannot but reflect for hours upon his potent lessons. He is a truly gifted author who shows us how to be thankful for the abundance, blessings and even tribulations which everyone must confront in life. I believe every reader will join me in expressing gratitude to Hillis Pugh for writing this empowering journey into love and spiritual enlightenment.
~Mark Anthony the Psychic Lawyer
Excellent definition of courage. I love the identification of will and the differentiation of courage from will. Also, the use of intuition and instinct is the true mark of a warrior. The very nature of trusting yourself is the very mark of being a warrior!!! Thanks for this Hillis, you have really inspired me. – Janice Johnson
Because I am RS believer and have been most of my life, Early on I was taught the value of “Be thankful this day and everyday”. This book reminds us of the value of thanksgiving and its connection to our Higher Power and reminds us of our doorway to our Higher Consciousness’.
When asked His name God said “I Am”. I loved the chapter on the New I Am.
Hillis asked questions of himself that each of us should ask (and answer).
What kind of (Fill in the blank) would I be if I didn’t share what lies in my heart
What kind of (Fill in the blank) would I be if I didn’t share what my eyes placed before me
What kind of (Fill in the blank) would I be if I didn’t share what my mind has taught me
What kind of (Fill in the blank) would I be if I didn’t share my gift with you
That blank can be filled with many different words; Father, Son, Employee, Volunteer and so on. Hillis used “Poet” but each of us can use a multitude of descriptors there.
We should all live the advice this book gives, “Be thankful this day and everyday” and ask of ourselves the question Hillis puts forward in the book, “What are you thankful for?”