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Melody talks about her book, Making Miracles in Forty Days on WEBE Radio. In this interview, she guides listeners step by step in harnessing the power that we forgot we had to find out where we want to go in life, and how to get there. How to remain grateful and where our unchecked codependency traits can still show their ugly heads and take us back to that negative way of thinking many of us spent years in and more years working out of. The real key is disciplining our thinking and remaining grateful for everything, all the time, and that is no small task. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/webe/2012/04/24/melody-beattie--author

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MIRACLES

Wonders, phenomena, marvels, sensations, visions and dreams.   Synonymous substitutes for the word miracles, according to the online Thesaurus the Word program in my computer uses.

An act of God contrary to natural law or the laws of man Encarta Dictionary, also in my computer, gives as the first definition of miracle. An extraordinary, unexpected event as in “It will be a miracle if Beattie ever does the book reviews she promised “or “My daughter cleaned her room” rate second in Encarta’s list. (The examples are my own.)

An absolutely marvelous example. No, that doesn’t refer to my examples above.  It’s third on Encarta’s list of definitions for this wondrous, marvelous, sensational act of God, for instance TiVo represents a miracle of modern technology.

It’s also Encarta’s last stab at explaining a miracle to us.

The Vatican submits any event claimed to be a miracle through a rigorous series of exams and tests.  The experience, placed under the world’s largest microscope, must completely pass all tests before the Pope, Vatican, or Catholic Church will use the word to describe something that happened to someone – usually something the receiver considers a huge and wonderful, phenomenal, marvelous and sensational gift.

After serious consideration that took less than thirty seconds, I made a judgment call. I would not refer to myself in the third person in this, the first of my book reviews as I – the writer of both the book and the review – attempt to objectively assess it (the book).  Impossible for an author to objectively review his or her own writing?  Probably.  But who wants an entirely objective assessment anyway?  We want at least some personal and prejudicial opinions, some humanity and emotions in what we read.  At least I do.

But this may be the only review I do of a book I’ve written.  It puts me in a compromised position and depends on my place on the manic-depressive scale most writers slide around on.  Some days I abhor my work; other days I like it.  Sometimes I’m simply willing to live with it.

Most of the time I wish I could ask the FBI for a new identity.

It’s part of what makes writing, like relationships, so much fun.  It’s the old love-hate, can’t live with and can’t live without it syndrome that while we buy billions of dollars of self-help books to cure, we really like the roller coaster ride when all is said and done.

Don’t get me wrong. Many problems (such as codependent behaviors) can and do need to be solved and we’re better off once we discover the solution.  Other times, as a society, we go way overboard in trying to sterilize and sanitize the ongoing and proverbial human condition.

With all that written, it’s time to focus and get to the point.  Who do I think I am, anyway, writing a book that claims we can make miracles?   Not only can we make them, we can do it in 40 days?  Those are the questions that prevented me from writing the book, Make Miracles in 40 Days.

I learned the technique or exercise I teach in the book way back in 1978.  I learned it well.  I learned it completely.  For the most part, I shut my mouth and kept it to myself.  Until I began to make the transition from book author to screenplay writing.  I looked closely at any principles I needed to further explain in books, any clarifications or modifications of books I’d written.  I wanted to finish my author business so I could, with a clean conscience, move into the next phase.

That meant I needed to write two books (actually three but that’s a long and boring story so I’ll stick to two for purposes of this blog and review).  I needed to clarify what I interpreted as people’s misinterpretations of what I’d written in Codependent No More by writing The New Codependency.

I also needed to share, in detail, what I’d learned about making miracles – maybe not the marvelous, extraordinary kind that the Vatican investigates, but the kind that make a phenomenal difference in our daily lives.  I knew how to do it.  Life had shown me and you’re free to substitute the words God, Higher Power, Guardian Angels or Dead People for Life.

I had a recipe that I felt duty-bound to pass on.

The first publisher queried on this book, Simon & Schuster, got it.  Not only did Simon’s acquisition editor understand the concept, it excited him.  He loved it.  This response enmeshed me even more in the process of writing that book.

Fine.  I signed the contract.  Then began the arduous process of procrastination.

For the record, I don’t believe in procrastination when it comes to writing.  I don’t believe in writer’s block either.  I do know that sometimes writers try to write the wrong book or write a book before they have all the necessary information.  They try to take the cake out of the oven before it’s done and it doesn’t work.  The cake looks and tastes awful.  They call it writer’s block but what they’re dealing with is impatience and not trusting Life, God and the process. It’s a mistake I frequently make.

I realized, with the help of an assertive, semi-controlling friend that before I wrote this book, I needed to do a workshop on the principles I intended to include in it.  Her pushing me to do a workshop of any kind illuminated the subject.  I realized that writing a book on making miracles meant climbing out on a shaky limb.  Writing this book without having completed a study that included more people than just me saying, “Hey, this works and you ought to try it” meant more than climbing out on a limb.  It meant me hanging onto the top branch of a high tree by biting a leaf and hoping the grip of my teeth on this leaf would prevent me from falling down.

Whether I wanted to or not, I needed to do this group.  So I did.  The deadline for turning in the manuscript had passed some time ago so I needed to hurry.

While I call Los Angeles home, when it comes to things of creativity:  books, music, scripts or yoga classes, the audience will be brutal and unforgiving.  Either you have something solid to offer or you didn’t.  If you don’t, GO HOME.

This workshop would show me and potential readers that the miracle exercise works for more people than one.  Or it wouldn’t.  It would prove my idea wrong.  Either way, I needed to do it.  Simon & Schuster graciously extended my deadline.

In two weeks or less, the slots for the six-week workshop filled.

For many reasons, teaching this workshop challenged me.  Recently recovering from a highly-invasive spine surgery, walking and standing hurt horribly. So did breaking down the steps to making miracles in 40 days in a clear, concise way that other people could understand.

But I did it – got to the workshop and broke down the idea into clear steps.

At the end of the six-weeks, 38 of the 40 attendees had their miracle.  More accurately, 39 of the 41 attendees had the miracle they wanted if you count me as one.  Of the two people who didn’t get their miracles, one left and didn’t return after the first class.  The second person claimed to have received a miracle but I didn’t believe what the person said.

The principles in this book work or I wouldn’t have written it.  It’s as simple as that.  I’m not going to spoil the book by giving away the activity.  Readers shouldn’t either, by hurrying or skipping to the end. It’s critical to work your way through the pages and do the warm up exercises as you move along.

If you do, you’ll find a simple activity that takes less than ten minutes a day that will work in any situation you find yourself in the rest of your life.  It will also go against the grain of much of what you’ve been taught or more accurately, what you think you’ve been taught.  That’s as much as I’ll give away.

One nasty reviewer at www. Amazon.com criticized the exercise, calling on God to be on his team while he blasted the book.  However, the book incorporates one of the most profound and powerful spiritual principles that exist.  More specifically, it asks us to do something God says we should if we want a good life.

While I’m not opposed to criticism, some people criticize because they believe it defines them.  I believe the person who wrote that review at Amazon falls into that category.

The activity also incorporates profound therapeutic principles, including Gestalt therapy and others.  Again, I don’t want to give it (the exercise) away.  It would make it too easy to dismiss it, which is usually our first response when people say, “Hey, want to make a miracle in 40 days?”

The writing in the book uses my journalism skills.  Written succinctly, tightly, and in an orderly way, the book doesn’t waste words.  I pack it with examples of exactly how to do the exercise because many people, including me, respond to an activity by thinking, “I’m not doing this the right way.”

The activity can be done once daily.  I recommend doing it first thing in the morning.  However, you can do it three times a day if you want and once your miracle juices get flowing.

With my friend Chip’s help, we constructed a website at www.MelodyBeattie.org devoted to this book.  People can write in with their questions and I answer, usually within 48 hours or less.  I’m not touring on this book.  I’m not pushing it or promoting it too much, although I am doing a review on it here.  You can also see people’s comments on the book at the above website.

I’m not naïve enough to say or think we can have whatever we want.  We all know we can’t.  But we can have more than we think we can.  This book also provides a marvelous way to become unstuck whenever we find ourselves lost, confused and in a rut and clueless about what to do next.  I argued with the publisher to bring the book out in trade paperback. I lost.  It’s in hardcover, e-book and audio book now.  The paperback version comes out the end of the year. You can buy it at all bookstores and it’s in libraries too.

The cheapest way to have your own copy is to download a Kindle version (you don’t need a Kindle to read it) right into your computer and then print it out.  That way you can purchase the book for ten dollars and some odd cents from Amazon.com.

You may not create any miracles submitted to the Vatican for examination, but then again you might.  Whether the miracles you create are big or small, extraordinary or some ordinary help we need but can’t conjure, Make Miracles in 40 Days – if you do as the book suggests – will change your life.  You’ll say, “It’s a miracle” whether the Pope agrees or not.

22 Responses to MIRACLES

  • Karin says:

    Melody, Thank you for the review of your own book. I love your very funny, very honest revelations of your writing journey. I love the line about asking the FBI for a new identity (amen). Making Miracles in Forty Days is a powerful and practical exercise that brings life. I thank you for going to all the work to put your personal story/experience out there for the rest of us to use. I’ve been doing the exercise every morning for almost 3 months and I look forward to it every morning. I always feel lifted, centered and more emotionally/mentally prepared for the day. I have received and continue to receive the miracle I asked for. My life is lighter and more joyous. I’m amazed at all the things I can list when I just start typing. It spins my perspective in the right direction. I’m grateful for this gift that has enabled me to thrive more in my life. Thank you! Karin

  • Melody Beattie says:

    Thanks, Karin. I’m glad you’re receiving all that the miracle exercise has to give. Melody

  • Lauryn says:

    Hi Melody, I love that I found your work. I found it at exactly the right time in my life, because I am at one of those crossroads where I have to choose to make a really hard choice, and God has helped me through you to make that choice. Thank You! Lauryn

    • Melody says:

      Glad you found it too. I know you’ll get what you need — whether from my sites and work, or someone else’s. That’s how this crazy universe works. First it gives us a horrid problem, then a solution (of some sort). My best, Melody Beattie

  • Amy says:

    “Finding your way home” was suggested by a friend who has a masters in counseling. This book was suggested when I asked her for a book to help me with my irritability that might ruin my marriage and effect my children long term. Of all the years of reading Buddhist material something seemed to be missing more than not but I thought it was because I just couldn’t do the work. Now after reading your book I realize “it” was missing a layer. Many layers and layers I didn’t know existed or have not been ready until now to see and work on. Being a very co-dependent person but not knowing really what it has meant until recently has been so affirming to why I am the way I “was”. I say “was” because I am working daily to be who “i am and loving/accepting this person”. Thanks for all your experience and ability to articulate so wonderfully – what a gift you give to us on daily basis. You are that gift that makes me believe in miracles.

    • Melody says:

      Thanks for taking the time to reply and comment. It sounds like you’re working hard on yourself. All we need to do is make the slightest steps toward things like the steps (Al-Anon and A.A.). But the true miracles hapens when we do our own work. Congratulations for taking care of yourself. Melody Beattie

  • Jonathan says:

    I am on day 20 of my 40 days and am looking for a boost of internal expectation. I have 4 miracles that I have been praying for and writing about. They are a bit selfish, but I try to frame them in the context of my being able to be of more service to others. I have been more centered than I have been in decades, which is progress for which I am truly grateful. Wish me luck…and miracles. I want to live in the freedom of a fully realized child of God. Prayers and best wishes to Karin, Lauren, and Amy. Enough sappy stuff…y’all take care now.

    • Melody says:

      Hi Jonathan. Instead of focusing on the miracles you want, spend your time in the activity focusing on how you feel because you don’t have what you need and want, and how you feel (really feel) about what you have (or don’t) today. The core of this activity is getting to our truth. Let me know how it goes. Melody

    • Melody says:

      Again, as I reread your comment, let me emphasize (for you and others): please stop focusing on the miracles. Please stop praying for them. Instead, please, please focus on what you’re truly feeling about what is going on in your life, how you’re reacting, and express gratitude for that — for all the things that make you want to pray and beg for the miracles. That is the ONLY way this will work.

    • Melody says:

      Okay Jonathan, you’re going to get the lecture now. While it’s important to write our goals and desires down — the miracles we want — that is absolutely not the focus of the daily exercise. If you’re focusing on what you don’t have, likely you won’t get it. If you read the book carefully, you’re supposed to be writing on and focusing on something else. I’m not going to pray you get what you want. I’m going to hope that you read the instructions carefully and do the exercise right. That way you won’t be on edge worrying about what you will or won’t get — you’ll first find peace, and then you’ll create what you get — but not by focusing on what you want. Did you read the instructions?

    • Melody says:

      Before I push the “Not Spam” button on this, I want to apologize to all of you and to myself. I’d be sure I had answered a post or comment, then I wouldn’t see my response posted. I thought I was going nuts. Tonight, I discovered that for some reason, my responses to you were getting pushed into the folder entitled “Spam.” They’re all back here — all the responses I’ve been writing to each of you throughout the years. I know I reposted many of them when I couldn’t find them the first time. Tonight I knew I had answered some emails or posts, yet the messages weren’t there – so I tried going into this area of the “Back Room.” Voila. There they were. So better late than never? It’s good to know I’m not crazy? Whatever, anyway it’s a good thing. Two more things to share: One is that I realized I’d been working hard at doing the Miracle Activity — writing about and being grateful for what is and for how I feel. But I totally forgot to write down the miracles I wanted and ask God to send those to me. I began, and everything changed instantly. There’s a fine line between being aware of the niracles we want, and obsessing about them, when we’ll get them, if we will, or if we won’t. But there’s no line at all if we don’t ask for what we want. Also, I wanted to let you all know that I’ve spent the past five days cleaning up my email account — I’ve been pounding through between 500 and 1,000 emails each day. My emails — something meant to make life easier – have been taking my life away. It’s now time to write and my first miracle was realizing I could clean up and automate my inbox — organize it so it didn’t take so much time (between four and six hours a day — and God help me if for some reason I missed a day or two — I’d be at it for a day and a half with no time to sleep and get the job done). So I’m starting writing on my next project. I’ll still be around, and I’ll check in here about once a week, maybe less and maybe more. So know that I’m here and haven’t abandoned the site and while it’s important to work at processing our emotions and being grateful (not feeling but “being) for what is, it’s imporant to ask for the miracles we want too. How could I forget? That’s the point, right? Letting our HP grow miracles in our life and creating a life that we like. Best, Melody Beattie and again my apologies to any of you who felt I ignored you. I didn’t. I have probably another hour of responses to your comments to approve (responses I wrote) that inadvertently got marked as “Spam.” Breathe. Be grateful for everything. But remember to expect a miracle too. Best, Melody

  • katherine says:

    Hi Melodie, I have been a fan for awhile now, work a decent program, and with the help of my group, sponsor and sponsee have managed to be…ok. I laugh, love, you know, live.. recently I read “Playing it by Heart” and do daily “Language” meditations (though, daily Anything is rough). I suffer from recurrent depression and medicine is only one answer for me, but a necessary one – I tell you all this because I’ve been LOST when it comes to my career life – I need to find direction and goals again. More importantly, courage to carry them through and walk through my fear. I feel inert. I’m gonna pick up this book too and try it. Your words inspire me, and have wanted to let you know that your gift is SO amazing. Thanks for walking through your procrastination & fear, and leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for us to follow!! Very Sincerely, Katherine

    • katherine says:

      ooops, sorry, Melody!!! (misspelled above!!!)

    • Melody says:

      Thank you for your comments, Katherine. I have found the Miracle Exercise truly creates miracles (when I do it) — especially in my stuck seasons. It works not just for me, but for other people too — even people who don’t like the idea of self-help at all. It’s a gift I’m grateful I received. As I’ve been telling people, they can download it inexpensively (whether or not you have a Kindle) directly to your computer and save yourself some money. It’s crucial to read the book and do the warm up exercises though and important not to “peek.” The preparation work is as important as the actual activity and will help you get the most out of it. I believe you’ll be pleasantly surprised. The key is honesty, whether you do it with a partner or by yourselfr. Without gut level honesty, it won’t work. So if you can’t find a miracles partner — someone you one hundred percent trust, you’re much better off doing the activity by yourself. Let me know how it goes. Thanks again, Melody

  • Teri says:

    Dear Melody, I actually received my first miracle BEFORE I even started reading the book—and it may have been at YOUR expense! Excited to discover that I could purchase and download a Kindle copy within mere minutes, I went to Amazon’s website and entered my payment information. After receiving a ‘Thank You for Ordering” message, I eagerly began reading the book, devouring it in its glorious entirety in less than an hour! After sitting in silence for a few minutes, absorbing the soul-nourishment I had just received, I ventured over to my AOL account to check my email. There was a new message from Amazon that stated: “We’ve encountered a problem with your credit card information and were unable to process your request at this time. Please try again.” BUT THE BOOK HAD NOT ONLY SUCCESSFULLY DOWNLOADED, BUT I HAD ALREADY READ IT! Upon investigating, I found out that I had a zero-balance on my pre-paid debit card–hence the reason Amazon was unable to collect payment. So, Dear Melody: I owe you (or your publisher, Amazon, or SOMEBODY) ten bucks and some change (and VERY much worth it, I must add!) As far as miracles are concerned… I have been receiving them left and right, from above and beyond, from out of nowhere, and EVERYWHERE around me— consistently for the past several weeks!!! Although I believe I know WHY and HOW these miracles have been transpired in my life here recently, I find myself having a bit of a ‘problem’ with believing I am DESERVING of them. And, to be quite frank, there are moments I feel rather OVERWHELMED as to how many, the frequency, and the magnificent BEAUTY of them all! I am a student. Life 101. You’ve been one of my favorite teachers, Ms. Beattie, since I showed up for my first class back in the late 80′s. That’s when you saved my life… You and your book ‘Codependent No More’. I mean that literally, Melody, as I was in SO much pain that I began to consider ‘The Great Escape’. Thank GOD you showed up just in TIME! Not only did I discover that, although pain was actually a necessary (and beneficial) emotion, INCESSANT SUFFERING IS OPTIONAL—NOT a requirement! Your words gave me hope. You taught me that I had choices. I didn’t have to stay stuck. What it boils down to is that you showed me a new way to LIVE! Fast forward two decades… Somehow, I found myself gazing into my closet, and wondering which belt I could wrap around my neck and just get it over with! Instead, I decided to have one more talk with God: “God… I don’t know what to do. I DO know that this is hurting too damned MUCH! If there’s any way you might be able to help me, please show me what to do, and I will try my BEST to do it.” That was it. Surrender. His will, not mine. And then all kinds of incredible, amazing things started to happen! In fact, the list is SO long, that it would take several hundred MORE words for me to tell you how much and how greatly I’ve been blessed! I will tell you this: I am now living on a horse ranch in Morongo Valley, California—- LIVING A DREAM I’VE HAD SINCE I WAS A LITTLE GIRL!!! I am now writing every day, working with mentor that God put in my path, and not just CLAIMING to be a writer, but actually BEING one! My Nana used to tell me when I was a little girl: “Always know Who your true source of all good is.” She was ahead of her time. She was aware of certain truths that she shared with me, and for that I am very grateful. My Nana and YOU, Melody… two of the greatest teachers in my life! I will write you again some time, as there are several miracles that occurred in my life many years ago that you played a major role in… Til then, my friend… Although we’ve never met in person, I’ll love you forever and always! ~Teri~

  • Teri Martin-Kron says:

    Dear Melody, I actually received my first miracle BEFORE I even started reading the book—and it may have been at YOUR expense! Excited to discover that I could purchase and download a Kindle copy within mere minutes, I went to Amazon’s website and entered my payment information. After receiving a ‘Thank You for Ordering” message, I eagerly began reading the book, devouring it in its glorious entirety in less than an hour! After sitting in silence for a few minutes, absorbing the soul-nourishment I had just received, I ventured over to my AOL account to check my email. There was a new message from Amazon that stated: “We’ve encountered a problem with your credit card information and were unable to process your request at this time. Please try again.” BUT THE BOOK HAD NOT ONLY SUCCESSFULLY DOWNLOADED, BUT I HAD ALREADY READ IT! Upon investigating, I found out that I had a zero-balance on my pre-paid debit card–hence the reason Amazon was unable to collect payment. So, Dear Melody: I owe you (or your publisher, Amazon, or SOMEBODY) ten bucks and some change (and VERY much worth it, I must add!) As far as miracles are concerned… I have been receiving them left and right, from above and beyond, from out of nowhere, and EVERYWHERE around me— consistently for the past several weeks!!! Although I believe I know WHY and HOW these miracles have been transpired in my life here recently, I find myself having a bit of a ‘problem’ with believing I am DESERVING of them. And, to be quite frank, there are moments I feel rather OVERWHELMED as to how many, the frequency, and the magnificent BEAUTY of them all! I am a student. Life 101. You’ve been one of my favorite teachers, Ms. Beattie, since I showed up for my first class back in the late 80′s. That’s when you saved my life… You and your book ‘Codependent No More’. I mean that literally, Melody, as I was in SO much pain that I began to consider ‘The Great Escape’. Thank GOD you showed up just in TIME! Not only did I discover that, although pain was actually a necessary (and beneficial) emotion, INCESSANT SUFFERING IS OPTIONAL—NOT a requirement! Your words gave me hope. You taught me that I had choices. I didn’t have to stay stuck. What it boils down to is that you showed me a new way to LIVE! Fast forward two decades… Somehow, I found myself gazing into my closet, and wondering which belt I could wrap around my neck and just get it over with! Instead, I decided to have one more talk with God: “God… I don’t know what to do. I DO know that this is hurting too damned MUCH! If there’s any way you might be able to help me, please show me what to do, and I will try my BEST to do it.” That was it. Surrender. His will, not mine. And then all kinds of incredible, amazing things started to happen! In fact, the list is SO long, that it would take several hundred MORE words for me to tell you how much and how greatly I’ve been blessed! I will tell you this: I am now living on a horse ranch in Morongo Valley, California—- LIVING A DREAM I’VE HAD SINCE I WAS A LITTLE GIRL!!! I am now writing every day, working with mentor that God put in my path, and not just CLAIMING to be a writer, but actually BEING one! My Nana used to tell me when I was a little girl: “Always know Who your true source of all good is.” She was ahead of her time. She was aware of certain truths that she shared with me, and for that I am very grateful. My Nana and YOU, Melody… two of the greatest teachers in my life! I will write you again some time, as there are several miracles that occurred in my life many years ago that you played a major role in… Til then, my friend… Although we’ve never met in person, I’ll love you forever and always! ~Teri~

    • Melody Beattie says:

      Teri, thanks for your enthusiastic comments — I think this is the original emai that got lost some time ago. You sound like you’re doing well, and your letter will help many people, encouraging them along the sometimes rugged path. When it comes to deserving, that’s a sensitive topic. If we “deserve” good, then do we “deserve” the pain? Or is it all part of life? Too much “thinking” for me — it’s much easier if I allow myself to receive when and if receiving feels right to me. But then, we each need to find our own way through Life. Thanks again. Melody

  • Carlos Fuentes says:

    Estimada Melody, soy homónimo de ese gran escritor, soy un hombre común y corriente que hace un mes estaba muerto espiritualmente, nada me satisfacia, comia compulsivamente cosas que me hacian daño, tengo fibromialgia la cual a veces no me deja moverme, me olvide de Dios, todo esto provocó que mi mujer me dejara, estamos separados desde hace mas de un mes, sentí por un momento que era el fin, me levante como pude de la cama y decidi buscar ayuda, me puse en manos de Dios, le pedi perdón de rodillas y subitamente empezaron a surgir milagros, hable con un sacerdote el cual me hizo un gran regalo, un audiolibro “Francesco, una vida entre el cielo y la tierra”, el cual escuché y me reveló muchos secretos de la vida, al ir a conseguir el libro vi un libro que me llamó la atención “Haz milagros en cuarenta días”, lo compre y lo he leído, me abrió los ojos y mi corazón, después de varios sucesos que alguna vez tendré la oportunidad de contarte, he decido recuperar a mi esposa haciendo una adaptación de tus ejercicos propuestos, mi intención tiene doble fin, que suceda un milagro y que regresemos bien o, que tengamos una separación sana, cerrando círculos, para poder continuar. pronto te mandaré una copia de mi propuesta y el resultado final. Haaa!! y tambien en mi proceso me di cuenta que era coodependiente de mi esposa, buscaré un libro que tienes para no volver a caer en lo mismo. Atte. Ing. Carlos Fuentes González Dios te bendiga por tus libros que sirven como una guia para que todos seamos buenos hombres de Dios.

  • Mr Mark Jones says:

    Melody I love your Writing , have read 7-8 of your books ! Keep writing . my last message was eaten ….. I am a Poet working on my 2nd Book ! Love your Work , Mark Jones Lynnwood WA

    • Melody says:

      Thanks, Mark. You keep writing too. (This miracle activity really works — I just went through a 40-day cycle recently. It didn’t let me down). If you’re working the activity, please come back on the site and let us all know how it’s going. mb

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