A Journal is defined as: A personal record of experiences and reflections. A Journey is defined as: A passage from one place to another. This book is both. This fun and enlightening book is an uplifting, light-bearing companion that will assist in expanding and adding color to the horizons in your mind. You will laugh out loud. You will open previously barricaded gardens in your soul. You will discover the Kingdom of God that lies within you. You will dispel the darkness that has bound you in slavery. You will be Happy, Joyous and Free!
My thoughts: Okay, to be honest, I have absolutely no idea how to review this book! It is very large, like a three-subject school notebook. Each page is lined, wide-ruled. It includes a joke (which my husband greatly enjoyed reading), words of wisdom (either by a well-known person like Ben Franklin or from the Bible), and a section called "This is me" which includes a thought or application or word of encouragement.
Will this book cure an alcoholic? Um, I doubt it. Will it encourage them along the way? I don't know. Will it give people chuckles when they read the jokes? Yes. Will they enjoy the quotes? They should. What will they write in it? I don't know. Whatever they think, I guess. There is plenty of room for thoughts, and I suppose it will help some to get thoughts down on paper while they are recovering.