Choosing Honor: An American Woman's Search for God, Family and Country in an Age of Corruption
by: Mary T. Ficalora
Published by: Avail Press
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Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Choosing Honor, while theologically different from any book I have ever read, has some concepts that if applied to your life, that could make you a better person. Not necessarily a more religious person, but a better person.
Ms. Ficalora writes from the concept that we are all Messiahs or Messiah-to-be (once we discover we are meant to be one) who can save ourselves, our nation and our world. I learned that she has gained a lot of her insights from her personal life, plus travel and music. Nearly every chapter has a reference to a song used as a lead into one of her principles or her absolutes. She outlines 10 absolutes, as she calls them that are her rules for living, for finding honor in an Age of Corruption.
The following are a few of her absolutes. All life reflects the Light. We all have equal power. We all have a purpose, etc.. These are just three of her ten absolutes. The message of this book is New Age.
In the realms of politics, she writes how about how her absolutes could change our government. They are good ideals; however, conceptually I have serious doubts they would bring the change our government needs.
Although described as a “tonic for what ails America,” I did not find that in this book, and give this book two stars.
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