/PRNewswire/ -- In her debut spiritual guide, "Follow That Light: A Happy Journey" (published by AuthorHouse), Sheryl Patwardhan gives readers the keys to their spiritual well-being, showing them how to grow wise with God and gain salvation through knowledge of the Bible.
"We have three keys to success: church, prayer and faith," Patwardhan writes. "They help us to follow the Golden Rule. Be a fountain of life. Let your heart overflow with goodness towards others. We have choices to make throughout life and with the help and guidance of those around us, we can and will make the right choices and the right decisions."
Beginning with the story of creation, "Follow That Light" instructs readers on myriad subjects that will aid their journey toward salvation and help them to understand their inner selves. Patwardhan's advice is simple: to escape hell, you should avoid earthly manifestations of evil, and to reach heaven you should follow the path of the Lord. She writes:
"One cannot arrive in heaven by motor coach, spaceship, or rose covered carriage pulled by golden horses. The secret to reaching heaven is to know what is acceptable and what is not acceptable. Just as money, food, and clothing are real concerns on our sojourn through earthly life, heaven and hell are very real concerns as well. Food, money, and clothing do not appear as the dew on the morning grass. One has to work for these in an honest fashion. ...
Just as a horseman rides his horse with dignity and pride, live your life with dignity and pride. If you lead your life as the Lord wishes, you will have dignity, and you can sit tall in the saddle with pride. Be not afraid. Follow that light. It will guide you through life -- through all trials, evil, and strife."
Patwardhan also includes 20 definitions about daily subjects that affect all Christians, including charity, drinking alcohol, exercise, homosexuality and lawsuits. Information in "Follow That Light" is straightforward, revealing valuable knowledge about a good spirit versus an evil one, keeping your godly wealth and learning from mistakes in order to journey to God. A valuable resource for all people of faith, "Follow That Light" is sure to be enjoyed by young and old alike.
Sheryl Patwardhan grew up in southwest Iowa with 10 siblings. She worked in the insurance industry and in nursing before becoming a licensed practical nurse. She and her husband currently live in Savannah, Ga., where Patwardhan was active in the community as a member of the Historic Savannah Foundation, the Auxiliary to the Georgia Medical Society and the Savannah Symphony Guild.
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