5 out of 5 stars
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The story In It Together was extremely well written in a context that was greatly presented. The novel conveyed a message that could move and motivate others with each passing chapter. The craftsmanship and in-depth story told were captivating it also shared inspiring messages throughout. The message conveyed throughout featured an essence of motivation in a way in which was used to remind the readers to connect to one's inner self and to also continue to draw inspiration from life itself.
In turn, the novel was able to create a message of empowerment from a state of self-reflection, one must not only find a way to relate to a tale being told but also to find one's self through the quotes set to inspire one's true ambition. Eckhart Aurelius Hughes' novel is filled with relatable chapters, well known quotes, quaint reflection points and favorable conversation flows. There are chapters that advise readers to look past negativity and re-channel their focus toward positivity. In creating a sense of self reflection for readers of the novel various messages are created throughout to remind each who shall read the text to be mindful of who they truly are.
In being mindful of who you are one must also remind one's self that who they truly are goes beyond limitations that we may set up ourselves. Limitations are not set to be defining point for who we are and who we are set to be, our futures have yet to be determined so our limitations have yet to be reached. In viewing messages to remind one's self to reflect and empower one's self, we allow ourselves to be mindful of our true focus points and how we can gear ourselves towards achieving our current and future goals.
A captivating quote from the chapter titled There is No Problem with Evil states the following "You need not believe in a god to do your best to see the world from a god's eyes, a god's eye view. Logic tells us that if there is an all-loving god, then there would be no evil. So those who believe in such a god, but then also see evil in the world, find a paradox that they call the problem of evil". The chapters set forth after, which nearly conclude the text of the novel provide guided suggestion points that convey a message towards an analysis of life as well as methods of self actualization and love towards one's self & others.
Overall novel rating: 5 out of 5.
In It Together
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