Coincidence Is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous

Actress/singer/writer Gloria Loring’s latest book is a memoir with a message. Coincidence Is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous  details a series of extraordinary coincidences that transformed her life and offers prescriptive insight into how seemingly random occurrences can be used for good.

Given Loring’s successes on stage and in television, no one would suspect the secrets that lay hidden beneath her celebrity status. Her father’s alcoholism, the struggle to find her own way after her parents’ divorce, living in a motel across from Piggly Wiggly, even dancing as a go-go girl to earn money for food. Is it any wonder she felt alone in the world?

Then coincidence stepped in to change her mind. She promised her four-year-old son she would work to end his diabetes. Someone left a card titled “Expect a Miracle” in her dressing room twenty-four hours before she met the man who helped her raise $1 million for diabetes research with the Days of Our Lives Celebrity Cookbook. A question from a friend led to her #1 hit, “Friends and Lovers.” Coincidence then arranged for a stranger to send her life-changing letters during her secret separation and eventual divorce from actor/writer Alan Thicke, and provided a sequence of esoteric experiences that helped her uncover and heal long-forgotten childhood abuse.

Combining scientific observation, spiritual wisdom, and what Loring calls “EBL,” evidence-based living, this memoir offers a prescriptive, in-depth look at coincidence: where it comes from, how we attract it, and how we use it for good for ourselves and those we love.

About the Author | Gloria Loring

Ms. Loring has been presented the Lifetime Commitment Award from JDRF, the Founders Award from the National Disease Research Interchange, and the Woman of Achievement Award from the Miss America Organization, an honor she shares with past recipients Barbara Bush, Roslyn Carter, and Hillary Clinton. She is listed in Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in American Music.

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