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Doing what you love can improve your quality of life and increase your happiness. However, many people miss out on great opportunities due to their insecurities. That's why Gloria Grace Rand describes how fear of the future is often related to bad moments in the past that we are afraid of repeating, even if circumstances have changed. As she shares her personal, family, and work experiences, Rand relates how she overcame her obstacle, the fear of being judged, and discusses the issue of pretending to be well and not knowing how to ask for help. Live. Love. Engage. is about the importance of being yourself and overcoming concerns to progress in life. In this way, we can strengthen our faith, reaffirm correct systems of thought and create opportunities for personal growth.
Live. Love. Engage. is a guide that made me feel appreciated, as it helps us value our unique skills and abilities. I liked that Gloria Grace Rand does not take credit for all the ideas, but while describing her experiences, she recommends the books that have helped her clarify her thoughts. In addition, she makes clear the concept of trusting God, having faith, and learning to open your heart. Rand relates her story personally, for example, when she tells how she supported her sister Michaela in her fight against cancer. In this way, she highlights the lessons in the narrative as accepting the appreciation of others and asking for help, but she also talks about acting with courage and confidence. By applying this advice, we can understand our value and maximize our accomplishments. It is an excellent guide to understanding how our thoughts and actions influence our daily lives.