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Each Day a New Beginning Journal: A Meditation Book and Journal for Daily Reflection

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"Let me be grateful for my lessons today and know that all is well." Inspired by millions of women who have made Each Day a New Beginning their daily companion, this journal version of the beloved meditation book allows you to personalize favorite passages. Record your hopes and fears, your triumphs and setbacks, as you reflect on the lessons found in living each new day. ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published April 19th 2001 by Hazelden (first published January 1st 1982)
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I was pretty sure I read this earlier than 1991, but I see from the list that there is a mix up in author names, so I went with the Hazelton entry. This was a book I read every morning for 2 years. I journalled from it. It was part of my journey toward emotional and spiritual wholeness.

The problem with sharing a partial list of what I have read over the years is that I want to go back and reread them and I will never have the time, but this book I pick up every once in a while just to remind mys
Artful Existence
This book is exceptional for inspiration and motivation. There is an inspirational piece for each day of the year. The author wrote this book from the perspective of a recovering addict, so there are many times where she will reference the path/program. However, even if you are not on the path to recovery, this book has so many pieces of motivational greatness. My book has underlined sentences and my own notes scribbled in the margins. I have bought a copy for my mom... it's just that good. I de ...more
This the the Hazelden mobile Android application. The contents are unchanged from the 1985 Harper and Row/Hazelden edition.

It is convenient and easy to use.

I began using this application in May 2014. There was a major update in 2014 that prevented use for about 2 months.
This book brings back comforting memories.
Dec 31, 2010 April rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to April by: Barb
Great morning meditation book. This seemed to have some interesting tailoring between all different types of twelve step recovery from alanon to over eating. It was always a very helpful take on the day.
I have had this book for years! Sometimes I'm great about reading it - other times I forget. The meditations never get old and I continue to learn from this book.
Sonya Wanvig
One of my favorite daily meditation books. I also know the author; she goes to the same church as me!
I love this book and read a meditation every day. It is uplifting and helps me to get through the day.
Covenant Presbyterian Springfield Ohio
Call Number: 248.893HA (WS)

Given by Colony III in memory of Rachel LEWIS BAILEY.

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I have to read this daily. It reminds me of where I am, where I've been and where I'm going.
Michelle Beese
Full of wonderful thoughts and great meditations!
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One of my three daily meditation books - love it!
Feb 22, 2015 Jessie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: women, those in recovery from anything, those looking for encouragement
I read this book every year, starting in 1986.
Read this most days. Inspirational!
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Karen Casey, Ph.D., has spoken on spirituality, relationships, and personal growth for more than twenty years. She is the author of twenty books devoted to the enhancement of one's personal and spiritual journey.

Her first book, Each Day a New Beginning: Daily Meditations for Women has sold more than three million copies. Casey is a popular public speaker on the spirituality conference circuit, an
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