Following the Spiritual Soul
Finding the spiritual in our everyday lives...
 What does “following the spiritual soul”
mean?  It means following your heart, it
means love and kindness, it means
realizing that we are all connected in
spirit.  Most importantly it means wisdom
and an awareness of the spiritual in your
everyday life.
When you open yourself up to this
wisdom and become aware of the
spiritual in your everyday life you will find
that your life will change.  The beauty of
the earth will amaze you like it never did
before and the love that you have in your
heart will grow within you as you become
filled with the light and love of the Divine.
You will become more patient and calm
and your life will change in amazing ways
when you follow your spiritual soul…
The Divine essence of who we are that connects us to all that is and all that ever will
An unseen yet ever present force in our lives…our spirit…
How unique and magnificent we all are!

What an amazing path to follow!

Join me in “Following the Spiritual
This website is  dedicated to my dear husband Eddie, it is a tribute to our eternal love in life, and in death, and in our
walk together in eternity.
May our awakened spirits always be one
May we exist together in GOD’S Divine Circle of Love and Light...
Love is the only thing that truly exists...
Love is all...and all is love...
I love you Eddie...with all my heart...

Always follow your spiritual soul for it will always lead you in the right direction...
appeared in Oconee Today, a South Carolina Scripps Howard publication.  They are currently in: Celebrating the
Success of the Modern Woman, Esteem Yourself, and Open to Hope.  She has contributed to such popular books
as Chicken Soup for the Caregivers Soul and she has written the foreword to Whispers of Inspiration, a collection of
both poetry and prose gathered from voices around the world.  
Paula also co-authored a book in the Mommies Line, Spirituality for Mommies. She has written Sparkly Bits of
Spiritual Wisdom, which is a collection of her inspirational columns.  She has also written Sparkly Bits of Spiritual
Wisdom – 29 ½ Ways for Women to Get In Touch With Their Spirits.   Closest to her heart is her most recent book, A
Widow’s Journey – Healing a Broken Heart.

She has published numerous children's books -  The Mystery of the Three Dragons, Leigh McKenzie - City Girl and
Her Summer on the Island, Benjamin the Little Brown Bear Who Loved to Spell, Moon Hallow's Strange Halloween,
How Patrick and Chris Mouse Saved Christmas, The Six Mischievous Leprechauns and Robbie Anderson's Tree
House, and A Little Girl's Dream.

Paula holds the Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Elementary Education from Northeastern Illinois University. Her
heartfelt and meaningful writing began as a means to overcome the loss of her husband. Paula has now written
hundreds of articles and several books centering on life and faith. Her sustaining philosophy is that “we are more
than the woman we see in our mirror.”