“Stairways to Heaven” by Lorna Byrne is a sweet book in which the author tells about how she meets and talks to angels. She sees them and talks with them on a daily basis and she describes what they look like and how they interact with her and with all people. According to the author there is several more types of angel than we normally hear about and they work hard to help us all in many ways. She wants us to realize that we are never alone, and that the angels are always there for us and they want to help.
About the Author
Lorna Byrne lives in the Irish countryside and is a mother of four. Growing up she was very poor and she doesn’t have much education due to dyslexia. She is an author and ambassador for peace and she travels the world giving talks and organizing prayer groups for causes such as peace in Syria and unity between Shia and Sunni muslims in USA.
About the Book
This book is written in a very simplistic style, almost child like. It consists of stories from the author’s life such as when when she lost her husband and how she has managed to move on from that. There is also stories from her childhood and early life, telling us about her early memories of the angels
There is warnings on what might happen if humanity doesn’t wake up and start taking care of the earth and all her inhabitants. According to the author we still have some time but there is a need for action.
I think this book is cute and quite interesting, considering that it was written by someone who can barely write and who never reads. The stories in it are sweet and uplifting while some of them also hold warnings. There is some information in it that I find a bit strange, as for example that she says that very few people come back in new incarnations; I believe we come back several times.
Aside from that I recommend this book because it is so different from most other spiritual books. The feeling one gets is that the author is a bit shy and doesn’t really know why she is doing what she is doing, she just does what she has been told; to write books and work for peace, and that is good enough for me.
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