Item description for The Triumph of Louise Laurel & Successful Parenting/Nurturing: By the Hand of God by Daphne L. Clarke...
Overview The Triumph of Louise Laurel & Successful Parenting/Nurturing: By the Hand of God shows the life of Daphne L. Clarke, who prefers to write in the third person. Actually, Louise Laurel is Daphne Clarke. (Louise is her middle name and the meaning of Daphne in Greek is laurel.) She reflected upon the precepts her mother instilled in her. When she was fourteen, her mother passed away. However, her mother's voice resonated and guided her. God provided that support! Louise Laurel's life had been a complete struggle from her early teens through most of early adulthood. After the Lord saved her, she had a new perspective on life. She believed strongly that no child should suffer, and that their plight might be eased through sharing her own ill-fated circumstances as a child. She triumphed by the hand of God, and they can too with the help of parents and/or caregivers. Her faith in God and the strength that she received through His grace enabled her to accomplish all that she has. Therefore, all parents with a background such as hers can be assured they can rise to excellence. Their children can aspire to become whatever they envision. She released her faith in God, worked diligently, and triumphed over great challenges. Having done so enabled her children to succeed. Her heartfelt desire is to make a difference in children's lives. Her wish is that many will read this book and benefit from its simple, commonsense ideas. This book is her first and she intends to continue writing with a focus on children's literature.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.62" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591602777 ISBN13 9781591602774
Availability 63 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 23, 2017 12:56.
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Would Love to Hear Author Speak on Topic May 30, 2005
Millions of people have or will find themselves in the dangerous situations Louise Laurel describes: single-income families struggling to survive and get ahead, parents pressured to accept society's slipping values, anyone out of work with nowhere to go, children who are tempted by peers, and combinations of all these. Where many books might list "steps to recovery" in a more academic method, Louise Laurel shows by true examples how to overcome life's many obstacles.
It must have taken a ton of courage to reveal Louise Laurel's (Daphne Clarke's) whole life to a world of strangers, but the people who read this book will be thankful the author chose to do it. As I finished the book, I kept thinking how wonderful it would be if the author would give talks to groups of people who might be facing the predicaments she discussed. From her writing style, it is obvious she would be an excellent public speaker.
Excellent Writing - Triump of Louise Laurel & Successful Par Oct 8, 2003
The book content provides meaningful events and situations that are helpful in working with children in today's society. I love the spiritual implications reflected throughout the book. Such a book should be rewarding to young mothers. The authors shares unique values obtained obviously from family heritage.
Raising children and affecting the society Aug 20, 2003
The author describes how to raise children in a positive way and avoid the mistakes parents easily make that devastate their children and their family. This description is given through the personal life of a high achiever (Daphne L. Clarke (Luise Laurel)), a person who started with nothing and ended up with everyting: a happy family and financial security for all of them.
A difficult path (actually any path) in life can result in any extreme, positive or negative. For most of the people who are not priviledged at the beginning, the odds are easily biased on the negative side. Devastation, personal and financial, easily occurs (and is also known to occur to the best and most priviledged families too..). Daphne Clarke shows that it does not have to be like that. If we are prepared for the hardships in life, and at the same time we keep good balance of our personal financial situation (a mostly neglected element), we can avoid most hardships, raise our children successfully, and realize our potential - we may even dream for more.
A family (even a very poor one) with values and a reasonable financial stability (even at a minimum level of income) can provide the new generation with that special love familiar to all traditional cultures (the ancient Greeks called this special love storge), and allows dreams to come true. It finally allows society to better utilize the best resourse of them all: people.