BOOK REVIEW:: Sri Gawn Tu Fahr – “Loves True Home”

Book Review: Sri Gawn Tu Fahr – “Loves True Home” (Xlibris)

Found a link from Sri Gawn Tu Fahr Facebook page that offered a link to “Love’s True Home” and decided to head on over and check it out. Since I’ve been in a bit of a funk about the direction of my reality I decided I needed to read up some inspirational quotes that at times are quirky and humorous but overall truthful and enlightening. I decided to take the advice from the introduction and flip through the pages and read the passages at random. Each of the 24 chapters range from Kindness, Letting Go, and Divine Love to Facebook and Twitter quotes, which I’ve been reading for a few months now.

One of the first I came across, “I know I am on the right path because all of this nonsense is starting to make sense” made me chuckle abit and reaffirmed that my path is here for me to create and experience. Other quotes ranged from love and humour to the humour of love broinging smiles to my face. “In my heart, I have a tummy; and when you dive in, it whispers, ‘Yummy.'” Many are short and hit the spot of silliness as others give a sense of a more serious tone. Yet, after some of the seriousness, Sri Gawn throws in the humor to lighten the tone and to give you, the reader, balance and composure.

Over all I am glad I was able to download this little gem and be able to run back to and pick through. If your into inspirational quotes that aren’t too stuffy with seriousness and want your soul tickled be sure to check out the website and facebook page. If you live somewhere between the mystical writings of spiritual gurus through the ages and the comic strips of Calvin & Hobbs and the Far Side, then this book will lie somewhere in between. Some of my faves that I found while randomly going through are listed below.

For more info on “Loves True Home” by Sri Gawn Tu Fahr:

“Embrace the love within your heart, and behold it in others.”

“It truly is a paradox to say one thing and do another, to extend
kindness to a friend and think badly of another.”

“Mind without a heart is like gas without a fart. The pressure
keeps building, and there’s no relief in sight.”

“When I was a young boy, my dad told me that he would teach
me to be gentle, peaceful, and loving; even if it meant that he
had to beat it into me.

“A recent survey suggests that pregnancy is a leading cause of

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