Arizle, the main character in this novel, is an extraordinary woman whose curiosity, love for human beings and for nature enables her to develop self-awareness as well as a true understanding of the four men who loved her deeply, each in his own way. Her story is emotional and true to life. Anyone living can associate with Arizle's experiences and projects her obstacles into one's personal life journey, regardless of one's genre. During her life she made numerous life discoveries that unequivocally assisted her with her own quest to search for the truth, and with important decisions during her life and illness that eventually takes her life.
The four men in her life loved her deeply for deep ability to love and for her ability to understand and to forgive other's faults. Sometimes they hated her for her decisions, but they all respected and cherished her thoughts, her intellect, her tender touch, her heart and above all, her intelligence and wisdom. She was an integral part of their life history and they developed incredible values because of her mentoring, teachings and role model. Arizle was a devil, a sinner, a saint, a martyr, an angel, a mother, a wife, a mistress, a friend, all in one ordinary woman. Arizle received from her great grandmother one of the most important pieces of advice about life: "Follow your heart not necessarily to find the path of happiness, but to encounter the path of knowledge, to gain life's awareness and to discover life's meaning." This is the story is singular, intense, passionate and it will live forever in the hearts of its readers.
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Dr. Lisa Whatley, Ph.D., was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil were she spent most of her childhood and teenage years. She lived in New York City for 10 years and has resided in Denver, Colorado for the last 25 years. Dr. Whatley loves life and people. As a counselor, educator, school administrator and employer, she understands keenly the inborn need of every human being to learn, to understand the meaning of life, and to cope with its vicissitudes. She is a product of Catholic school education and has had the opportunity to observe the struggle that many people go through to reconcile their emotional needs with their Catholic beliefs. Lisa Whatley, like her heroine, believes in understanding, forgiving, forgetting and loving without conditions.
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Book Description Lisa Whatley Ph D, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110966986806
Book Description Lisa Whatley Ph D, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0966986806