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REMINDERS OF HOME tells readers that they may have forgotten the most important spiritual truth of all; Who they are!. In a brief preface, the author makes the case that, “We are not zeros trying to climb our way up to ten. Instead we are already PERFECT tens but have forgotten.”

Readers of all ages and diverse walks of life can turn to the pages in REMINDERS OF HOME to find enlightening thoughts that will help them remember with comforting surprise "Yes, that's who I am." Memory refreshed, the reader approaches daily life with the uplifting force of their own spirituality.

All these 'reminders' provide a sense of comfort—the feeling that each person is organized, and unconsciously, empowers each person to be more confident and optimistic in all activities of daily life. Full of unique inspiration and deep comfort, REMINDERS OF HOME is a perfect gift or daily mediation title.

Praise for Reminders of Home:

“Reminds me of the Thich Nhat Hahn books of Buddhism I’ve read in the past in its design and simplicity and purity of message.”
Russell Rocheleau, filmmaker

“David Mauriello, in his book Reminders of Home helps us to glimpse the often-faded chronicle of what we once had faith in and is so often lost in the trudge of life. It gives to me a reminder of what ‘being’ once promised so that the mission, my early dream, can once again be considered, appreciated, revalued and sought with a true sense of success. And we all need to be reminded of that home.”
James Haller,
master chef, lecturer, author of What to Eat When You Don’t Feel Like Eating

“Our culture is so stuck in materialism that we forget that spirit and soul are not just fancy words but living realities, the animating principles that constitute the greater part of our being. In Reminders of Home, David Mauriello works with grace, wit and passion to restore us to our rightful selves. In this he joins a distinguished company, stretching from Plato to Gurdjieff, who urge humanity to WAKE UP.”
Thorpe Feidt,
Associate Professor, Montserrat College of Art

“David is a work of art and his book is second to none.”
Anthony V D’Amico MS, PhD
, Chief of Genitourinary Radiation Oncology, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Professor of Radiation Oncology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Contact David Mauriello at djmrllo@aol.com for purchasing information.