Personal Questions Regarding Faith, Religion and Spirituality Inspired Author Jackie Wellman to Write “Spiritual Clarity”

Personal Questions Regarding Faith, Religion and Spirituality Inspired Author Jackie Wellman to Write “Spiritual Clarity”










West Des Moines, Iowa (PRWEB) August 11, 2005

Spiritual Clarity is available now. Jackie Wellman had personal questions regarding faith, religion and spirituality. Those questions encouraged her to do extensive research. That research developed into her first book, Spiritual Clarity. Writing Spiritual Clarity has empowered her and led her to a conclusion she feels good about.

She had questions such as: Who is the more spiritual person? Is it the woman out for a Sunday morning drive to get coffee and a newspaper, who sees a dog in the road and swerves to avoid hitting it or is it the man, who in his haste to get to his weekly church service on time that hits the dog? Who knows? Being a part of organized religion has nothing to do with being a “good person.” Spirituality can be achieved with or without organized religion.

“Spiritual Clarity” will answer basic questions about different religions. It will define the positives and negatives associated with organized religion. It will help the reader achieve their own spiritual clarity. Spiritual Clarity does not attempt to influence its readers in any way, as do most books available about religion. The website http://www.hoppy.bravehost.com will provide more information about the book, including a review.

“Spiritual Clarity” is available now online through; amazon.com, borders.com, barnesandnoble.com and books-a-million.com Spiritual Clarity can be ordered at any local bookstore.

Contact:

Jackie Wellman

515-223-7275

hoppywell@aol.com

http://www.hoppy.bravehost.com

###



















Vocus©Copyright 1997-

, Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC.
Vocus, PRWeb, and Publicity Wire are trademarks or registered trademarks of Vocus, Inc. or Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC.







‘Spiritual Clarity’: Book about Religion and Tolerance Now Available

West Des Moines, IA (PRWEB) January 31, 2006

Does it make sense that the creator of the universe and everything in it is the same God that you worship, so all other belief systems are wrong?

Who is the more spiritual person? Is it the woman out for a Sunday morning drive to get coffee and a newspaper, who sees a dog in the road and swerves to avoid hitting it or is it the man, who in his haste to get to his weekly church service on time that hits the dog? Who knows? Being a part of organized religion has nothing to do with being a “good person.” Spirituality can be achieved with or without organized religion.

Jackie Wellman had personal questions regarding faith, religion, and spirituality. Those questions encouraged her to do research. That research developed into her first book, Spiritual Clarity. Writing Spiritual Clarity has empowered her and led her to a conclusion she feels good about. To learn more about Spiritual Clarity please look at www.hoppy.bravehost.com. The website contains excellent reviews as well as links to writing samples.

Spiritual Clarity will answer questions about different religions. It will define the positives and negatives associated with organized religion. It will help the reader achieve their own spiritual clarity.

Spiritual Clarity is available online through amazon.com, borders.com, barnesandnoble.com, and books-a-million.com. Spiritual Clarity can be ordered at any local bookstore.

Jackie Wellman

Spiritual Clarity, ISBN 1-4137-7654-X

515-223-7275

515-971-3012

www.hoppy.bravehost.com


http://spiritualclarity.blogspot.com


3012 Elm Street

West Des Moines, Iowa 50265

# # #