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Book Title: Trails to the Stream: Poetry and Inspiration for Everyday Living|
The author of the book: Priscilla Koranteng
Edition: Poised Publishing LLC
The size of the: 3.14 MB
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Date of issue: January 20th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781941163009
Format files: PDF
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Trails to the Stream is a collection of powerful, spirited and inspiring poetry that unites shared human struggles with a colorfully individual voice. Extolling the virtues of positivity and determination in the face of all of life's hurdles, Priscilla's words add flair and inspired artistic vigor to themes that unite her readers, no matter their background. Parenthood, spirituality, faith and perseverance are common threads that tie together the wisdom of having lived through and learned from life's hard lessons, and yet share in and promote an optimistic joyfulness, one which charges each reading with a fresh, rejuvenated and spirited look on life. Above all else, the poems remind the reader of the importance of heading our heads held high and sticking steadfast to the pursuit of life's ultimate mission - to always look on the bright side, no matter what.
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Read information about the authorPriscilla is a Professional Coach, a Human Resources Leader and an Entrepreneur. Priscilla enjoys coaching people and organizations to success and enjoys writing to inspire others. Priscilla is originally from Ghana where she spent most of her childhood. Priscilla never forgets her humble upbringing, which has been the bedrock of her life help and fuels her passion to help others attain their goals in life.
She always recounts her most profound and humbling experience as a young woman in Ghana, teaching children-mostly from impoverished backgrounds. There, Priscilla saw the resilience and enthusiasm in the children who always showed up to school in hope of a brighter future. Priscilla’s national service experience-to date- is the most humbling experience in her life and she is grateful to have met all those children.
Priscilla holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ghana and Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, in the United Kingdom. Priscilla serves on the board of a Maryland non-profit organization, supporting women.