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IHood: Our GPS for Living

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Ihood: Our GPS for Living is an inspirational book for those seeking the answer of why they are here. Based on theology and the social psychology theories of Erik Erikson and Abraham Maslow, it offers the reader an opportunity to examine one's purpose in life, asking: "Am I mainly committed to egoic behavior (self-saturation and materialism) or do I seek to be an instrumen ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published October 30th 2013 by Pegasus Books (first published March 11th 2013)
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Laura Ponticello
Mar 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
IHood: Our GPS for Living is an inspirational read and potential life changer that is part memoir - part guidebook on living a purpose driven life. In it, Dr. Little discusses the how to's and benefits of reconnecting with past choices and circumstances to channel self-awareness and to facilitate the Spirit's dominance over one's choices. It will help anyone who questions their place in this life, and who needs guidance to improve their lives over all. Truly inspirational!
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I got this as a Goodreads giveaway and was first disappointed to find out it is really intended for Christians (I wouldn't have entered if that was specified in the synopsis). I was expecting something more secular, for starters. I tried to set aside this irritation and read the book for an objective review, but I just couldn't get through it. I oscillated from being bored with the Psychology 101 stuff from confused as to where she was going, because her points seem scattered and the book too st ...more
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“Our life’s path is not solely physical or spiritual, but rather the blending of our skills and abilities with intent to fulfill service to God. We become an instrument of love; completing the puzzle of our human mission.”

Jill Little passed away in March, 2012. Up until her death, she focused on serving as an instrument of love and peace wherever she went. She made fast friends among casual encoun
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“When we commit daily to offering our love, living in integrity, truth and values, we are more easily in tune to live our purpose …. We live our ethical life in all aspects; family, friends and business. Our spirit and body are always with us. In IHood, we choose to honor spiritual behavior over that of our body.” 2 likes
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