Awaken With Gratitude by Hillis Pugh is a very nice read. It leads you through a collection of true-to-life moments, personal perspectives and a series of internal commentary. It is endearing as it presents several categories of which we can show gratitude for. If you are looking for a book to feed your soul and give you inspiration, I would recommend this one. My favorite passage from Awaken With Gratitude is “Every day I am grateful for something.” I think that’s a great summation of how this book will rest on your heart.
– Sherry Louise Stoll
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!
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
Sitting in the sun enjoying Awaken With Gratitude by Hillis Pugh. Talk about inspiration, this book is amazing. – Kathy – Makeup Detective
Hillis, Thank you. This is very nice and very thoughtful. The heart of a Poet. – Carol Garnett
The author shares a journal of spiritual insight and revelation with readers. It reads like a kind of “notes to oneself” while on the road of the spiritual journey. The theme of some of these notes are thankfulness, hope, gratitude, creating, healing, oneness, acceptance, and numerous others.
Hillis shares a wide range of things to be grateful and thankful for, many I hadn’t thought of before. For instance, he shares, “As time goes on we tend to forget about our ancestors and elders who put forth the work to bring us where we are today.”
These are raw insights, sometimes simple and straightforward, and sometimes complex and poetic, that can be used as a daily reader for inspiration and contemplation. I enjoyed reading it and recommend it.