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Table Of Contents

The Childhood
The Young Adult
The California Years
The Single Years
The Hard Times: Illness Strikes
The Current
The Animals
The End
P. 1
Living with the Other Side

Living with the Other Side

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Living with the Other Side: A Tale of Fairies, Sprites, and Spirits shares stories from the life of author Deborah Mills—tales of how fairies, sprites, and spirit guides brought miracles, peace, joy, abundance into her life.

Beginning her tale in early childhood, Mills introduces the Chief, the old Native American who protects and guides her with gentleness while preparing her for things to come. We also meet Grandmother, who is kindly, calm, and sweet with a long pigtail down her back, sharing the comfort and the love only she can give. There is also the spirit of death, Michael—a young, beautiful guide who lets us know that death is a journey, a step into a new place to exist with peace. We go on the path of life where the fairies dance, the sprites gather to share messages, and the spirit guides protect and provide guidance.

These wonderful souls are the spirits that teach, guide, and protect us—our friends. Living with the Other Side shows us that having something more on the other side—to dance with the fairies, to sing with the sprites, to walk and talk with the spirits—provides Mills with the confidence, joy, and ability to stand firm in her beliefs as it could for any of us.

“This book is a wonderfully inspiring work! Deborah’s spirit comes through each page and has the effect of renewing ones spirit and faith that we each have a purpose in life and anything is possible.”
—Laura P.
Living with the Other Side: A Tale of Fairies, Sprites, and Spirits shares stories from the life of author Deborah Mills—tales of how fairies, sprites, and spirit guides brought miracles, peace, joy, abundance into her life.

Beginning her tale in early childhood, Mills introduces the Chief, the old Native American who protects and guides her with gentleness while preparing her for things to come. We also meet Grandmother, who is kindly, calm, and sweet with a long pigtail down her back, sharing the comfort and the love only she can give. There is also the spirit of death, Michael—a young, beautiful guide who lets us know that death is a journey, a step into a new place to exist with peace. We go on the path of life where the fairies dance, the sprites gather to share messages, and the spirit guides protect and provide guidance.

These wonderful souls are the spirits that teach, guide, and protect us—our friends. Living with the Other Side shows us that having something more on the other side—to dance with the fairies, to sing with the sprites, to walk and talk with the spirits—provides Mills with the confidence, joy, and ability to stand firm in her beliefs as it could for any of us.

“This book is a wonderfully inspiring work! Deborah’s spirit comes through each page and has the effect of renewing ones spirit and faith that we each have a purpose in life and anything is possible.”
—Laura P.

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Publish date: May 18, 2012
Added to Scribd: Aug 30, 2012
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781475915303
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