“This Time I Dance”

A Book Review: “This Time I Dance” by Tama J. Kieves

“You cannot fail if you have done your best, only if you have not done what you were born to do” – Sarah Ban Breathnach

Have the following questions floating down the river of thoughts throughout your day?

1. What would I be doing right now if money weren’t an issue?
2. Would I being doing what I am currently doing if other’s approval wasn’t an issue?
3. Can I be more creative?
4. Wish I could change careers? Am I living the life that is calling me?
5. Am I following my passion?
6. Do you dread waking up in the morning and going to the job you currently have?
7. Do you find yourself fidgeting and daydreaming of another life?

If you can answer yes to any one of the above questions then I have a book for you. Tama J. Kieves, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School, left her practice to pursue a writing career – her dream. She beautifully wrote the book, “This Time I Dance”. She encourages others to embrace and breathe their deep-rooted self-expression.

Ms. Kieves has created an amazing handbook for anyone who wishes to leave the life they exist in to discover their buried creative self. She writes passionately about her struggles to develop her livelihood of writing while trying to pay her bills. She opens her soul and shares her challenges, fears and self-doubt to following her passion and not listen to the opinion of others who basically thought she was “off her rocker.” She speaks from her heat and lets her inner being pour the words on the pages.

This is a wonderfully written book with a broad spectrum of emotions expressed through Ms. Kieves’ personal journal entries. When you are finished you will be motivated to wake up to your own purpose and passion. I related to this book on a very deep level and am so glad that I read it cover to cover. Ms. Kieves is a fabulous mentor in championing each reader’s wildest dreams.

They wish to dissuade me
From all the forces of Love urge me to.
They do not understand it, and I cannot explain it to them.
I must then live out what I am;
What love counsels my spirit,
In this is my being: for this reason I will do my best.
- Hadewich


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