Comments on the book “Paola’s journey” :
I wanted to write you a book but I haven’t finished yet…
I read Paola’s Journey and I have to say that I totally agree with Le Journal de Québec’s review:” Paola’s Journey talks about life and life’s challenges, intuition, joy and happiness with tenderness and lucidity. It’s like a secret we can’t wait to share…”
I loved reading your tale. It’s a source of inspiration for everyone.
Hello! I just finished Paola’s Journey and I love truly love it. My favourite chapter is “The commode with height drawer”.
I went to India to find out who I am. While reading Paola’s Journey, I remembered that my journey had started a long time ago. I only have to close my eyes to continue my journey… I had to go very far away to discover what I had very closed to me, so closed that I could touch the most precious treasure of all. Thank you for bringing me back on the path of my childhood.
I’ve read Paola’s Journey and it made me more conscious of the life I’m living now. I’m sometimes in the box, sometimes in the spiral, but rarely in equilibrium. I follow people and society without being awared of it. It’s true that we like our confort zones. The unknown is scary. We avoid the mountains of fears. To everyone who’s going through a hard time or who unhappy with their life, I sincerely recommand this book. It’s a plus for psychology.
This journey got me to places that help us to realize that like is wonderful if we look at it from a higher perspective. Monsieur Jacquot, Paola and Sylvia will stay with me everywhere I go for now on. I’m usualy very critical when it comes to books, but the only thing I can say is that I will suggest this book to all my love ones…
A million thanks, Robert, for the pieces of art you’ve created. You’ve invited be to travel to the imaginary world and I went with Paola and Monsieur Jacquot. The wisdom of your writing is impressive and inspiring. Through this tale, you have touched my spirit, my heart and my soul. Thank you for you fabulous stories…
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