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The Art of Small Miracles
November 28, 2013   
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Be the Miracle: 50 Lessons for Making the Impossible Possible, by American columnist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Regina Brett has just been released in Polish.

The book, Brett’s second, gives people easy tips on how to live a better and fuller life. She shows how relatively easy it is to do great things, even if they initially seem against all the odds. The author isn’t really saying anything new, but encourages us to think or re-think certain aspects of life and how we live it.

The book calls the reader to action, challenging them to act, to make a difference. She invites people to believe in small miracles, to believe in the impossible and how to look at their lives from a different perspective.

In a sense these are a set of inspirational essays based on Brett’s own experiences and observations of other people’s lives. Each of the 50 lessons stands alone, while together they form a handbook for seeing the miracle of change everywhere.

Be the Miracle is uplifting and well written. It is a book for all seasons, and one that can be read and reread.

It has been published in Poland by Insignis Media. The Polish title is: Jeste¶ cudem: 50 lekcji jak uczynić niemożliwe możliwym.

Jolanta Wolska
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