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“The message Morning Star Holmes delivers in her new book is for anyone looking for reassurance and guidance as they seek to make sense of aging and dying. Filled with love and practical insight, Transitional Wisdom is a must read.”

~ Barnet Bain, producer, What Dreams May Come, The Celestine Prophecy and Milton’s Secret.

“Transitional Wisdom Gracefully delivers reassurance and guidance through the journey of aging and dying. Morning Star Has a gift for delivering practical tips and insights with such compassion, easing any anxiety or confusion in a time of transition.”

~ Jack Canfield, author of the Success Principles, Co-Creator, Chicken Soup for the Soul book series

“I feel gratitude to Morning Star for bringing both the practical and the spiritual together in this book. Transitional Wisdom is practical in the sense that we can use the tools in the companion Transitional Wisdom Action Journal to bring our wishes to life. Spiritual in the sense that the more space we create in our inner world and in the outer world, the space we have to be in live in the fullest possible way, enjoying and savoring each moment as we can.”

~Judith Delozier, NLP Trainer, developer and author, Turtles All the Way Down, The Encyclopedia of Systemic Neuro-linguistic Programming and NLP New Coding.

“Transitional Wisdom is rich with sound counsel drawn from hard earned life experience. Acknowledging the isolation, sadness and suffering of illness and dying, Holmes’s guidance is at once insightful, powerful, practical and soulful. Transitional Wisdom and the companion Action Journal have the potential of touching countless peoples’ lives.”

~ Ira Byock, MD, palliative care physician; author of Dying Well, The Four Things That Matter Most, and The Best Care Possible.