“There is a heart and a soul in this book that breathes in ancient harmony with rhythms past. In P.S. Pray the Same for Me, Marquita Smith reaches back into her roots to draw prayers that speak simply yet brilliantly to everyday events in our lives. She speaks with a subtlety that is disarming, a simplicity that belies sacred wisdom lovingly and graciously culled from generations before her. She asks in return that they—that we—reciprocate, simply by offering our own prayers in return. By doing so, she says, we free ourselves, from old programming and thought patterns, connecting to our past so that we can begin to live, and thrive, in the present. Smith captures this richness in a way that is both gentle, and yet stunningly revelatory. And revel we do. This book is nothing short of enchanting.”
Mary Herndon, JD, CPCC, MICP
Master Integrative Coach
“Unfinished Business” refers to wounds, beliefs and traumas that have been unresolved, in their entirety, from those who are out of our consciousness. This unfinished business gets in the way of our receiving, seeing and knowing all we desire.
—Dr. Guldal Caba Ph.D, NMD, NAC
Inner Pathic Process
Two years ago, Smith embarked on a mission to regain her sense of self, following a spiritual journey that left several questions unanswered in her life. Smith crafted a book of bespoke prayers to her female ancestors, asking to be released from her inherited baggage while simultaneously praying for their souls.
Marquita Smith was born and raised in Alabama, holding a degree in mass media with a minor in broadcast journalism from Hampton University. Smith worked in the field of entertainment for over a decade before deciding to take some time off to do some soul-searching. While seeking guidance from a spiritual mentor, Smith was inspired to pen P.S. Pray the Same for Me.
Smith is also the founder of HowIGrewToday.com, dedicated to encouraging daily growth and mindfulness. She resides in the New York metropolitan area with her husband and son.
when i read this "little gem", i felt that i was reading something so pure, so gentle, so reflective, and revealing, in a sense, "sacred" in its delivery.. it is a book which one never really finishes.... it is a book one should keep close on their nightstand to have near them when feeling alone or uncertain. a BIG brave BRAVO to Marquita Smith for digging down into her soul, and sharing her beautiful spiritual journey..