What Trees can Teach us about External Love & Friendship.
Tinker McAdams was a natural born bookworm with a love to research. With this natural talent and knowing she was a little different than most, it gave her the background and ability to tap into the unknown. Knowing that there was a presence out there and finding out that most didn’t relate can be hard to say the least. Hearing those soft voices and learning to listen and be guided isn’t always an easy task. Call it what you will, rnergy, vibrations, angels, divine guidance or source, they are there and it is “they” that insisted that she wrote the book Living on the Edge by Tinker McAdams. That presence can touch you like nothing else. Being able to harness what they have to offer is what my book is all about. We all have our own guides and life can be splendid. She has taken what all has been handed to her and tried to include what they have shown her to help others. You can connect with her Twitter.more
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