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Maria Owings Shriver is an American journalist, author, member of the Kennedy family, former First Lady of California, and the founder of the nonprofit organization The Women's Alzheimer's Movement.
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Clarity & Connection
Yung Pueblo - 2021-04-27 (first published in 2019)
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Explore the deep connections between our past and present relationships with this thought-provoking collection of poetry and short prose. In The Love Between Us, Yung Pueblo paints a vivid picture of how our past wounds shape our behaviors and emotions. Through his powerful words, he guides readers on a journey of self-discovery and healing. Discover the clarity and connection you've been searching for with this inspiring book.
Maria Shriver
Loved this book. I highly recommend it. Great to read a little bit every day. @YungPueblo      source
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The Call to Unite
Voices of Hope and Awakening
Tim Shriver - 2021-03-16
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The Call to Unite features a diverse group of spiritual, religious, and artistic leaders who provide readers with messages of inspiration, transformation, and hope during dark times. With contributions from DeVon Franklin, Elizabeth Gilbert, Suze Orman, and more, this book offers calls to action, prayers, poems, spiritual teachings, and lessons to live by that will stand the test of time. Embrace the strength, power, and grit of our global community to find the light in any crisis.
Maria Shriver
.@TheCallToUnite is an instant best seller. So exciting! Tells me that people want to be united, they want to come together, and they want to be inspired. Bravo @TimShriver, Tom Rosshirt, and all the Uniters in this amazing book!      source
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen - 2000-10-10 (first published in 1813)
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This beloved classic novel follows the dynamic protagonist, Elizabeth Bennet, as she learns the impact of hasty judgments and the importance of genuine goodness. Set in Regency-era Great Britain, the story satirizes societal expectations and the pressure to marry for financial gain. With witty humor and memorable characters, Pride and Prejudice has become one of the most popular and widely adapted novels in English literature.
Maria Shriver
I love this quote from one of my favorite books from childhood. What are some of your favorite #love quotes? Keep ‘em coming! #ValentinesDay      source