“The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears." -Native American Proverb
In SAPPHIRE RAIN Kaye Stone illustrates how to heal heartache and pain through seven principal phases:
In this inspirational narrative, Kaye Stone revisits personal experiences of abuse, teenage pregnancy, divorce, and clairvoyance. Her story lays the groundwork for surviving solo, and her charming touches of humor ease the intensity to a path of redemption.
After a fearless, meandering walk through a spiritual death, Emily slowly emerges with an awakening and rebirth. SAPPHIRE RAIN invites you to fall in love with the one person in this life worth fighting for—YOU.
It took thirty-eight revelations, not to be confused with revolutions, around the sun to tell my story.
To many, my memoir will likely be just as shocking as my new line of work—and name. The truth; I ended up borrowing my middle name under a wig of protection, if you will, to revisit my life through the shadows of truth.
There was a little girl dying inside to remember my foundation of sexual abuse and how that deeply rooted trauma dictated every decision I’ve made thus far. As the words met the pages, my heart broke for the little girl nicknamed Emily Sunshine who was crowned secret keeper to her abusers and their filthy lies.
It was the voice behind the image in the mirror; a piece of my soul I had forgotten all about; who was dying inside to tell a story—of truth.
I write through the bands of the rainbow with seven main themes. My promise is to take you on an adventure laughing and crying our way through truth and triggers. We’ll be wildly unapologetic to how we choose to take our lives back, too.My story can be used as a road map to heal from past wounds.
Until someone in the class raises their hand to speak, the rest of us are likely to remain silent. I raise my hand and speak—for us.
Allow this to be your invitation to a beacon of Light helping navigate the shadows of truth; guiding you safely home to the promise within.