choose Love Review by Dr. S. Lall

Dr. S. Lall - Ancient Nutrition Psychologist & Food Qi Researcher

choose Love Review

“All you need is just Love, yet most of humanity is deprived of it. Love is not merely an emotion; it's energy, a source of light that ignites life. Love, unless chosen, can't be experienced. Darwin takes you through a journey wherein, out of the infinite ways to experience life and love, he provides a path to success and happiness.”

choose Love Review by Ulrike Berzau

Ulrike Berzau, MM, MHS, PT, FACHE, Business Consultant & Mindset Coach, Bestselling Author

choose Love Review

“What caught my attention in this interesting and thought-provoking book is charting your life course in the three areas - Body, Spirit and Mind.  It is revealing, allowing us to learn more about ourselves and our choices, and an excellent start to chart a new course for your future.

I also enjoyed the three questions Darwin suggests to ask ourselves every night:

What have I done today to nurture my Body?

What have I done today to nurture my Spirit?

What have I done today to nurture my Mind?

If you wonder why you feel tired, sad or depleted, read Choose Love and get inspired to consistently nurture your Body, Spirit and Mind. Choose Love will keep you on the path to success and happiness!”

choose Love Review by carole j. obley

carole j. obley – Author, I'm Still With You: True Stories of Healing Grief Through Spirit Communication

choose Love Review

“Anyone who longs to discover authentic happiness will benefit from reading Choose Love. Darwin offers readers practical guidance, insights drawn from his personal experiences and simple exercises to delve into the terrain of the soul and its unlimited potential. Choose Love is a guide to looking within to discover purpose beyond societal dictates.”

choose Love Review by Laurie Seymour

Laurie Seymour, Founder of The Baca Journey and host of Wisdom Talk Radio

choose Love Review

You might think, as I did, that Choose Love will be a simple journey of understanding the place of Love in our lives. Oh no, it’s so much more than that, detailing how you can understand the past, current and future trajectory of your life, so that you can make changes as needed. Darwin offers provocative questions throughout, sure to evoke the kind of deep reflection so necessary to create a life of purpose.

I particularly loved what he says about the importance of inspiring our future leaders, our young people:

 “Our global society has managed to inspire young people to lead purpose-driven lives but fails to introduce them to a Spiritual connection to achieve their hopes and dreams.”

Take that and run with it. Change is coming and it all comes down to the power of choosing Love — no matter what!

choose Love Review by Reverend Lois Cheney

Reverend Lois Cheney, Metaphysical Minister, Clinical Hypnotist

choose Love Review

“The true impact of Choose Love is heightened by the simplicity with which it is written. Choose Love is filled with guideposts to lead the reader to a joyous, peaceful, and unencumbered life. If only every human could learn to love with no conditions; what an immense difference it would make in our world's experiences. With the extinguishing of hate, war and all killing our energies could be used for the enthusiastic learning and exploring we came here to do. I congratulate Darwin for his no-punches-pulled approach to accessing pure Love!”

choose Love Review by Ronni Eloff

Ronni Eloff, Last Chance Crone and Eclectic Spiritualist teacher for Inner Dimensions

choose Love Review

Choose Love brings together so many aspects of how to live your life – heart centered, loving and how to help others bring love into their lives.  I especially found the Canvas chapter and the building of purposeful canvas for myself extremely valuable and enlightening. Realizing that everything is so connected and that love, pure Love, without strings, judgment or expectations can greatly improve your quality of life.”

choose Love Review by Dr. Tarasa B. Lovick

Dr. Tarasa B. Lovick; Wellness Mentor, Teacher, Speaker, Author

choose Love Review

Choose Love has the potential to empower you to live a purposeful life. Darwin’s writing is easy to understand and anyone can do the exercises to gain important self-knowledge that can bring them to seeing there are always choices. Love is a choice; but if you don’t see that then it is not. I especially like how Darwin understands youth. Yes, at a time when it is needed the most in our youth’s lives; there is a huge spiritual void that is not being met. Choose Love could easily be used to facilitate group work in any community.”

choose Love review by Karen Rauch Carter

Karen Rauch Carter, Author, Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life and Make a Shift, Change Your Life

choose Love Review

“The compassionate messages found in choose Love is not only a great reminder to stay in the high-vibrating energy of love but also to simply be aware of the power you always have within. Choosing Love is indeed simply a choice!”

choose Love review by Steven Leapley

Steven Leapley; Author, Coach, Consultant, Counselor, and Chaplain

choose Love Review

“Medicine for the soul. Such a timely written piece. Filled with so many nuggets, so much truth, and practical applications to ensure that you live life well. Darwin captures the essence of what it means to embrace life, see it for what it is, and make a conscious effort to choose Love. He draws from a myriad of experiences and places that, no matter what you believe, you walk away from this book with a renewed sense of purpose and direction.”

chose Love Review by Carol Woodliff

Carol Woodliff, Author, From Scared to Sacred Lessons in Learning to Dance with Life

chose Love Review

“Simple, profound and practical. Choose Love reminds us of the supreme power of choice and provides very practical tools to chart where our past choices have brought the health of our Body, Spirit and Mind Everyone needs reminders to return to the power of the Highest Love and to know we have the power to make better choices today than we have in the past.”