Book: The Veil of Victory - A Memoir of Tragedy & Triumph by Yorli Huff
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Yorli P Huffabout this book: The Veil of Victory is my non-fictional autobiography. Which one might find hard to believe that a human being; a woman could survive such travailing circumstances. It entails experiences of molestation, low self esteem, lack of family support, domestic violence, discrimination and death threats. In spite of all of that, victory was achieved.
The inspiration for The Veil of Victory is to tell the world that no matter what life brings your way you can have VICTORY. It's just a matter of how you see your experiences, as trials or opportunities. I want to the depressed, dejected and oppressed to be enlighten, inspired and encouraged to their victories. I want people to know that you can be free!
The primary readers for The Veil of Victory are people of all ages who feel like they have run into a wall in life and want to give up. The Veil of Victory is targeted to women and girls who have lost their self worth and need direction.
The title came from an interesting fact from my birth. I was born in the cull, which means that I was born still in the amniotic sac. This cull has deep spiritual meaning. It is said one who is born this way has spiritual gifts and a special connection with God. In the old south it is said that these children are born with a veil.
After living a life of déjavu I realized that I have the gift of dreams. I dream things and they come true and after researching for the book I understood that this veil has been my protection all my life. The epiphany materialized and The Veil of Victory was final.
The cover was selected to provide a visual message for all to see that in spite of what the pages contain my life serves as a tangible testimony. The hardest part of writing the book was making sure the message was clear, the rhythm was appropriate for story and that I take the reader on my journey.
I learned an abundance of things first and for most I learned that this was healing. I also learned that we are all here for service and that I my journey/life opportunities happened to prepare me. I learned that the most horrific experience that one can have can be the most valuable experience of a life time, you just have to see it that way. It's like each of us were sent here with our own lottery ticket and no one else has the number but you. There would be no realistic way that I could have been told or understood that what I have been exposed to or experienced would be the best thing that could have ever happened to me. I want people to know that they have their own unique purpose, their own lottery ticket that no one else can cash in but them but they must stay focused. They must be so determined in their purpose that not even death will keep them from it.
Nothing ever really is what you think it is but you don't know that until you get into it – Yorli Huff
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