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ISBN:0671045660
Author: Iyanla Vanzant
ISBN13: 978-0671045661
Title: The Value In The Valley: A Black Woman's Guide Through Life's Dilemmas
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Language: English
Category: Worship and Devotion
Publisher: Sound Ideas (August 1, 1999)

The Value In The Valley: A Black Woman's Guide Through Life's Dilemmas by Iyanla Vanzant



Value in the Valley - Iyanla Vanzant. The Anatomy of the Valley. What makes the Black woman’s learning experience unique with regard to the experiences of all others? What separates what people learn and how they learn from their experiences in life is how they respond to the experiences. All human beings must develop the same traits, embrace the same virtues, and learn the same lessons. The enlightenment we gain through the experiences which take us to the Valley of Light, cause us to reflect on ourselves, and ultimately results in self-mastery. The character trait needed, or the virtue to be practiced, is determined by your individual level of development, and will change according to the universal law that governs a given valley.

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Iyanla Vanzant says, No! Life is an Act of Faith and suffering is optional! Those everyday challenges, obstacles, and dilemmas are what Iyanla calls "valleys. As bad as they may seem, there is a purpose or, as Iyanla says, "There is so much value in the valley. If you've ever been disappointed, betrayed, rejected, abandoned, or just plain old scared to let go, then you've been or may still be in a valley. Delivery: 1/1 The book was laid out like a guide, which I appreciated since it goes in the name of being one. So many authors write advice books and call them guides only for the book to fall short of being one. I appreciated the separations in the chapters and the breakdowns and definitions of the valleys.

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Iyanla Vanzant says NO! Life is an Act of Faith and suffering is optional! Those everyday challenges, obstacles, and dilemmas are what Iyanla calls valleys. Valley experiences open your eyes to the things you know but have difficulty facing and accepting.

A guide for black women seeking to come to grips with seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Linton Weeks The Washington Post Iyanla Vanzant has been down and out. Now her books are pulling others up. Ruby Dee The Value in the Valley takes a great many of the neglected and unexplored areas of our minds and lives and brings them, through racism, sexism, and the challenges of just living, into sharper focus. This book taught me so much about myself and life. It helped me to see things in a different light and make changes that improved my life tremendously.

Iyanla's book is one which every woman SHOULD have, because we all go through our own ordeal at one point in time - whether we choose to admit it or no. Value in the Valley" helps us to realise that the "inner voice" always guides us and makes us understand why we do the things we do. But for this book to be truly effective, it takes a woman to reach a point where she's courageous enough to trust herself. A Wonderful Inspiring Book for ALL Women! By Thriftbooks. com User, April 7, 1999. This book was recommended to me by a black woman. She said it was a book for black women but it's really for all women. It will help you understand the misfortunes in your life and why we go through the same pain over and over again. When I started to read it, I found myself relating to a lot of the stories these women went through.

Iyanla Vanzant says, No! Life is an Act of Faith and suffering is optional! Those everyday challenges, obstacles, and dilemmas are what Iyanla calls 'valleys. As bad as they may seem, there is a purpose or, as Iyanla says, 'There is so much value in the valley.

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An African-American inspirational author describes the "valley experiences"--the dark moments in life--and teaches the skills needed to move beyond those low points, from dealing with a job that one hates but needs to ending abusive relationships. Read by Iyanla Vanzant. Book available.
Reviews: 7
Musical Aura Island
I recently attended a meeting of United Methodist Women where the speaker, a lovely Black woman, referred to this book because her medical doctor had recommended it to her when she was feeling as though she were falling apart. Her references to portions of the book made me want to read it too. When I ordered the book and saw that it was written "for Black women" it occurred to me that ALL women, whether Black, White, Green or Purple, go theough the same types of trials and difficulties in their journeys through this life, and I have bought a copy for my church library and have recommended it to several of my friends. It also occurs to me that many men would benefit from the heartwarming and inspirational stories in this book, and it is a great resource book for devotional talks. You can pick it up, open it ANYWHERE, and read for a long time or a short time and be thoroughly inspired. We are all God's children, and we need the positive vibes that this book offers.
The Rollers of Vildar
This is the best self-help book I've ever read. I've had it for a year or so and I still go back and read it again from time to time.

If you're trying to learn more about yourself or understand why your life is the way it is then this is the book for you.

This book taught me so much about myself and life. It helped me to see things in a different light and make changes that improved my life tremendously.
FailCrew
I purchased this book years ago but loaned it to someone and didn't get it back. Iyanla's books guided me through the valley's and challenges I was facing during my divorce. I highly recommend this book for women of color since our journeys are unique. I have read most of Iyanla's books and I still make reference to her works and use some of the knowledge that I learned. Please share it with the women you care about that need to heal.Thanks for giving us this information.
Zacki
Pleas read this book when you are ready to change your life. When you are ready to listen to your spirit and follow your intuition when it tells you things aren't quite right and RUN GIRL RUN! I had to put this book down several times! Not because is was a bore but because it got too intense. It got too real and was telling me things I was not ready to face. Other times I would have confusion in my life and go searching for this book and find that clarity I needed.
Bundis
I read this years ago and bought a copy for my friend who is having a tough time. This book is soooo helpful for anyone recovering from a break up, anyone who has low self-esteem or anyone just wondering why, why, why! Iyanla is an amazing writer and her words cut across all color lines.
Cordaron
Iyanla's book is a must read for all to understand women and for women to find solutions to unique problems that vex them. I don't think hardback book versions of this classic is no longer available and this was a collectible signed by the Author. Granted it was signed to someone else however the next opportunity she has a lecture I plan to take it and get a new and updated signature.
Stylish Monkey
It wasn’t quite what I anticipated
I'm reading this right now
Wow it hits home on so many issues for me. It is a page Turner.