Juggle Without Struggle Reviews - Here's What Critics Are Saying!
"Author Peggie O’Neill has created a unique and compelling story that imparts the deepest spiritual principles for understanding life’s challenges and finding inner peace. It’s a modern parable, a story that turns on the real crisis of Kitty Murphy and how even her reluctance to connect with God opens a door to an epiphany that transforms not only her life, but those around her. You'll want to collect the five secrets and apply their power immediately."
Pat Ciarrocchi TV News Anchor Philadelphia
"Peggie O’Neill’s Juggle Without Struggle addresses the central dilemma of the human experience: how to be in this world but not of it. Drawing on a lifetime of experience as a wife, mother, friend and benefactress, Mrs. O’Neill presents these lessons in a book that is part novel, part self-help manual. Written around characters who are uncomfortably recognizable in their faults and foibles, her narrative brings these characters to the very limits of their endurance, and then leaves them to muddle toward their only way out, surrender to God’s great love. Daily meditation on her five Peace Principles gradually transforms heroine Kitty Murphy and an expanding circle of her friends and family. The trials of these imagined figures bring home the point that the soul’s yearning for God is a universal constant, irrespective of age, class, station or even self-awareness. The reader cannot help but wish for such peace in the lives of her own loved ones."
Emily Rice Writer Philadelphia Bulletin
"The stories of these women and their journeys whispered to my soul. They are every woman! At the end of the day we are all looking for approval, strength, balance, wisdom, peace, and love. I related to so many of the situations they were dealing with and as the secrets were revealed I found myself applying them in my own life. This book changed me!" "Sometimes life gets so busy and we get so caught up in the chaos of it all that we forget how simple things, like the 5 Peace Secrets revealed in Juggle Without Struggle, can completely change our perspective. Practicing the 5 secrets can immediately wash us over with peace. In spending that one- on-one time with God every day my relationship with Him became stronger, I felt safe, I trusted that He would take away my anxiety and fears, and because of that I am finally feeling that sense of peace I was so craving. This book has definitely been a blessing in my life. It showed me how to “let go, and let God” again." Ali Landry Actress, Bella Mompreneur
"Juggle Without Struggle reaches out to women of all faiths and backgrounds and calls them all back to two universal messages: “Trust God” and “Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34-35). The author clearly has listened to many wounded souls in her lifetime, and inside this book has left for us some golden nuggets of truth so profoundly contained in the “Prayer of St. Francis.” This book is both a spiritual gift and self-help guide intended to show us the path to finding inner peace through daily time in prayer with God. Mission accomplished!" Liz McEwenWife of former Congressman, Bob McEwen Hospitality Chairman of the Republican Congressional Spouses, President of the Former Members of Congress Auxiliary (bipartisan)
"Juggle Without Struggle comes alive with colorful and real characters, any of whom could easily be my next door neighbors. This book is a reminder that we all have our own problems and crosses in life. It also leads us to crave how wonderful our life can be if we take the time we need every day to follow the 5 secrets to inner peace. My favorite character is "Uncle Chip", a true hero, who took a great tragedy in his life and turned it into an inspiration and a glory to God. I encourage people to read this book so that a seed can be planted in their own hearts to glorify God in all things and live every day to the fullest regardless of the sadness or suffering that is in their lives. To the author I would like to say, "Thank you and well done my good and faithful servant." Cindy Hertzel Widow and mother of three The Robert T. Hertzel Foundation
"I first heard of the iconic Peg O’Neill forty years ago. My own dear mother (who died in 2002) was one of her early volunteers at Birthright – an organization Peg founded to help poor and very often frightened pregnant teenagers." Read More
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