Loring’s Not Boring
Gloria Loring, who many of us remember as “Liz Chandler” on “Days of Our Lives”, author of 6 books benefiting people living with diabetes, is out with a fantastic new tome entitled “Coincidence Is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous-Reflections on Daytime Dramas & Divine Intervention”. Have you ever pondered why a deeply painful issue keeps coming back again & again? Have you ever struggled with a project, & then, just when you needed it, someone or something stepped in to save the day? You don’t have to tell me…I’m the Puffman, I came here almost 15 years ago to save the radio station! In her books, Ms Loring explains that a coincidence, a coinciding of meaningful events, is trying to get your attention. She has also quoted Albert Einstein’s words that title this new read, “Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous”. In this celebrity autobiography, Loring shows readers how to put Einstein’s wisdom to use with a fresh perspective born of 3 decades of experience, practice, & revelation. I’m sure that many of you are like me in the respect that although coincidence appears to come out of the blue, Loring knows that it’s possible to experience divine intervention in our everyday lives. Combining scientific observation, spiritual wisdom, & what Loring calls “EBL”, evidence-based living, this memoir offers a prescriptive in-depth look at the spiritual dimension of coincidence: where it comes from, how we attract it, & how we use it for the betterment of ourselves & those we love. I might mention that Gloria Loring is the recording artist of the #1 hit “Friends & Lovers”, co-composer & singer of the TV theme song “Facts of Life, & well-unknown these days as the mother of R & B singing sensation & “Duets” superstar Robin Thicke. By the way, what ever happened to Alan Thicke anyway… hmmm. “Coincidence Is God’s Way Of Remaining Anonymous” is available online or at bookstores, or you can order directly from the publisher: www.hcibooks.com. (800 441 5569). I know that it’s not politically correct, but ol’ Gloria doesn’t look bad for a “semi-old” person!