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The Fragile Face of God | LeeAnn Taylor

The Fragile Face of God

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The Fragile Face of God

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Suddenly found myself in the midst of a bright and gentle light. I soon realized I was outside my body in a place of profound calm. About one foot away and facing me I beheld a young woman. It was Carol, my mother. I was in her heavenly presence and she had a message for me.

A STORY OF HOPE

LeeAnn Taylor’s true account opens with an urgent prayer for death. With unrelenting honesty, she describes her harrowing battles raising three children with Fragile X syndrome, and the frightening episodes with her disabled sons. When her ordeal escalates, she turns to death as her only escape.

Can our darkest hour give rise to miracles? And can departed loved ones intervene on our behalf? Chronicled by her journal entries, The Fragile Face of God is LeeAnn Taylor’s luminous story of one woman’s tragic descent into the darkness, and, ultimately, her triumphant emergence into the light of redeeming love. It is a celebration of humanity—both the fragile and the sublime—and an intimate view into what makes our journey here one of purpose and eternal significance.

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Suddenly found myself in the midst of a bright and gentle light. I soon realized I was outside my body in a place of profound calm. About one foot away and facing me I beheld a young woman. It was Carol, my mother. I was in her heavenly presence and she had a message for me.

A STORY OF HOPE

LeeAnn Taylor’s true account opens with an urgent prayer for death. With unrelenting honesty, she describes her harrowing battles raising three children with Fragile X syndrome, and the frightening episodes with her disabled sons. When her ordeal escalates, she turns to death as her only escape.

Can our darkest hour give rise to miracles? And can departed loved ones intervene on our behalf? Chronicled by her journal entries, The Fragile Face of God is LeeAnn Taylor’s luminous story of one woman’s tragic descent into the darkness, and, ultimately, her triumphant emergence into the light of redeeming love. It is a celebration of humanity—both the fragile and the sublime—and an intimate view into what makes our journey here one of purpose and eternal significance.

You can buy this book on Amazon

Reviews

  1. Anna Crowe

    “LeeAnn Taylor has a way of getting to the spirit of the matter. There is so much raw emotion in the story, The Fragile Face of God, it’s not just a story for those with loved ones with disabilities. It’s a story for anyone who has faced difficulty, felt like they were on the brink of disaster, or wondered if there was more to life than what exists between birth and death. Her story may be fantastic, but LeeAnn is for real. And the real beauty of this story is that she lives and strives to share it, strengthening and inspiring all who read it.” — Anna Crowe, mother & business ownerc

  2. Paul H. Jenkins, Ph.D

    “Occasionally, we have the rare privilege to have an intimate glimpse into the life of another and learn sublime truths through experiences we have no business knowing. The Fragile Face of God is such a rare glimpse. LeeAnn Taylor has captured the essence of what it means to be a human being in this engaging and heart-rending account. In the generosity of her story, LeeAnn shows that adversity can create the context for beauty, and that hardship can lead to profound realizations of the meaning of life.” — Paul H. Jenkins, Ph.D., Live On Purpose Radio

  3. VIV Magazine

    “In this simply written and heart-felt story, Taylor emerges as a sensitive, compassionate woman whose burdens have been far worse than those most of us will ever face. Through it all she loved all her children and recognized the many strange and unexpected gifts of disabled children. And she allowed her mother’s spirit to continually guide her toward a healthier direction in life. Taylor’s balanced outlook is remarkable given her trials. And whether or not you share her brand of spirituality, her love of family and the way she constantly sought solutions to her huge problems is moving.” — VIV Magazine

  4. Kimberly C. Brown, Mother & Foster Parent

    The Fragile Face of God gives the reader a new understanding of life’s experiences and teaches not to judge what you don’t understand. This is an amazing journey that all should read.” — Kimberley C. Brown, mother and foster parent

  5. Michelle Casto, PHD

    The Fragile Face of God is a page-turner, not only because of LeeAnn Taylor’s incredible story of going through the deepest fires of refinement imaginable, but also because of her inspired gift of writing. You feel as if you, too, are on a journey of joy and sorrow that cannot help but raise your own spirit to new heights. Highly recommended if you are ready to peel back the veil to higher heavenly consciousness and earthly human compassion.” — Michelle L. Casto, Ph.D., Personal Transformation Expert and author of The Destiny Discovery: Find Your Soul’s Path to Success. http://www.LiveYourDivineDestiny.com

  6. Gabrielle Kelly, NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia

    “The unrelenting honesty and vivid portrayal of LeeAnn’s life is a page-turner and opens up every question from the spiritual to the very human. Not just a story for parents of disabled children, but for each and every human who struggles with what it means to be human – this book has something to say to you.” — Gabrielle Kelly, Associate Arts Professor, NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia

  7. Eva Iino, Mother & Engineer

    “LeeAnn’s story took me on an emotional, tearful, gut-wrenching journey of her life—so vivid, almost as if I was there with her. It captivates from the first chapter on; I could not wait to continue. LeeAnn has a true gift for writing. Her words seem to come alive, almost as if one was an observer watching Quinn, Shale and Faith and feeling the pain of Jaede and Psalm. This story is riveting and not just a memoir; it is spiritual and will reach deep into the soul and if you choose will ‘show you the way.’” — Eva Iino, mother and engineer

  8. Lance C. Williams, Professional Educator and author of Promised Valley

    “Questions and answers on life’s road of self-discovery… Such is the new book, The Fragile Face of God, by spiritual artist and author, LeeAnn Taylor. In this amazingly frank and personal exposé, the author strips away all earthly pretense, ultimately reaffirming what so many have consciously lost, but what the soul intrinsically knows: God is hope. If you only read one book this year, look no further.” —Lance C. Williams, Professional Educator and author of Promised Valley

  9. Sherry Miller

    “As I read over the pages of LeeAnn’s life story, I became a present voyeur of her extreme experiences as though I were experiencing them myself. I deeply felt the anguish and fear and grief and eventual power that she expressed. The pages of this book are not merely inspiring but inspired. If you are ready, it will take you someplace unexpected and remind you of what is true.” — Sherry Miller, mothers

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