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Yiscah’s 40-year memoir details her joys and struggles with her own spirituality, gender identity, and commitment to living true to herself. The story she tells is one of a man, facing his truth, embracing the woman she was always meant to be, and returning to her faith with wholeness and authenticity. Her story must be told. It is important for everyone to hear and will hopefully inspire and empower many others who face seemingly insurmountable obstacles to wholeness in their lives.
For those who are interested in purchasing a copy of the book: You can order the hardcover or paperback edition, or download the e-Kindle version, through Amazon.com. The link is:http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K8EVDIG
What is ‘God’s Image’? Transitioning from Man to Woman, Yiscah Smith Finds Her Authentic Self
DO NOT STOP DREAMING
“Do not stop dreaming. Encourage your visions and believe in them. Cherish your visions and believe in them. This thing in us that aspires, that bids us to look up, that beckons us higher, is God-given. Aspiration is the hand that points us to the road that runs heavenward. As your vision is, so will your life be. Your better dream is the prophecy of what your life may be, ought to be.
The great thing is to try to fashion life after the pattern shown to us in the moment of our highest inspiration; to make our highest moment permanent.”
~ Orison Swett Marden from He Can Who Thinks He Can
An interview with Ilene Prusher in the TLV 1 studio.
FASCINATING conversation with Yiscah Smith on The Mottle Wolfe Show, on Voice of Israel. “Smith sees her journey not just as one of gender, but of a quest for spiritual understanding and a hunt for authenticity.”
Prologue to my recently published memoir, Forty Years in the Wilderness: My Journey to Authentic Living, for you to read. My memoir is available for purchase on Amazon in the Kindle e-book edition, hardcover, or paperback: