Recent works by Joy Mills.
Between Heaven & Earth The Soul Purpose: Am I Good Enough?
There are two kinds of people in the world: the Givers and the Takers. The difference between the two is that the Takers eat well, and the Givers sleep well at night. So begins this special book about hope and change, growth and fulfillment. It’s about how to embrace those unexpected curves life periodically throws into our path, and how to find the courage and strength to face them. With this life-affirming work, hope for tomorrow begins today!
Each of us has a unique, special gift that is meant to be shared with the world, wherever we are on our own individual spiritual journeys. As we learn, grow, and our own inner peace evolves and thrives, we develop greater understanding of the world around us and for each other. The love we give in this world is the same love that will return to us. We will develop a universal understanding, for we are all from the same Source. And we find that, as physical beings with souls, we are all connected to one another through that Source, for everyone has a soul, and each soul is connected to all the others within our realm of existence.
Desperation, Fear and Love
Desperation, Fear and Love is a book about relationships that helps us learn to process and live through the grieving process. Whether you have lost a loved one through a separation or death, Desperation, Fear and Love gives a subtle and enduring hope to guide us through change, survival and growth. Since life happens to us whether we want it to or not, it is imperative to have the right tools-emotionally and spiritually-so that we may be prepared for the difficult times that lie ahead.
I Wish Death Would Take A Vacation – My Story
History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.
There was no doubt that I am ready for death to take a vacation as many others around me are experiencing a lot of the same things and learning how to deal with grief or having to let go. I am learning you have to look at it in a way so it doesn’t overwhelm you.
For most of my life, I had seen the world in black and white. Some years back, I had to replace, “Why me, with “What is next?” Gut wrenching and dark doesn’t begin to describe it but I know when you break, you become strongest in the broken places, and the light will get in. This is my story…
I Wish Death Would Take A Vacation – The Story Continues
After the publication of the first book of this series, I Wish Death Would Take A Vacation – My Story, so many have sat before me, days or weeks after their mothers’ death. I never dreamt my story would continue with an addendum, helping lead the way for what was going to be one of the darkest and most arduous journeys for many, the death of their moms.
My mother’s death, as of this writing, will be rolling up on the third anniversary although my memories of the days and weeks that led up to her death have somewhat faded. My feelings of sorrow are bone-deep. I do not need to remember with any amount of clarity to feel the overwhelming sadness.
There was a point a year, or so ago, I believed I would someday be beyond the bewilderment of grief. I remember all too well walking down a long hallway learning my mother was dying. At the time of my mother’s death, I kissed her cheek and whispered in her ear, “Save a seat at the table.”
The story continues.