Painting The Future by Louise Hay

    Publisher: Hay House Visions

    Publication Date: 2/2/12

    ISBN: 9781401937829

    Inspired by the writings of Louise L. Hay, Painting the Future reveals how the thoughts we choose create the life we live. An unlikely friendship is formed between a bitter painter who has lost his sight, and a sweet Hispanic girl, his 9 year-old neighbor, who is determined to save up for her Quincinera dress.

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    Jonathan Langley's life took a devastating turn when he lost his eyesight to a rare illness. Once a successful painter and printmaker, Jonathan now lives in complete darkness, rarely leaving his apartment and angry at the world. When he encounters his precocious 11-year-old neighbor, Lupe, the two form an unlikely friendship. Her cheerful presence shatters his hardened exterior, revealing a gentle man struck by tragedy. Lupe leads him to a fresh perspective by showing him the power of kindness, compassion, and love.



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    It is a powerful expression of what can happen when a person holds their beliefs close to their heart and does not waiver in their conviction, despite running into adversity time and time again. What a triumph of Spirit is expressed in this tale, as well as a story about the darkness that can follow a person who is bitter and grieved over events in life. I really appreciate how well this story flows and balances so many ideas and ideals while never losing sight of the characters or story line.  CLICK HERE to read the entire review by Moving My Spirit

    The story is simple and precise, and read easily in one sitting. It will make the reader contemplate his or her own happiness with what is currently taking place in their lives and how they might chose to do things differently. Readers will be able to see themselves in Lupe and Jonathan. This book is perfect for beginners on their journey to improving their futures and easy and entertaining enough to start their kids on the journey with them. 
    CLICK HERE to read the entire review by Kelly Stratton