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by Tricia Johnson
The Diagnosis: You have an Autoimmune Disease.
The Question: How are You?
What is this new life you have been handed? Where does it lead? How do you even feel? Sometimes the pathway ahead is murky, seemingly impossible to pass through. Life throws you a twist you didn't see, know or desire.
In the midst of adversity, how do you cope? How do you process? How do you move forward?
Join this poetic journey of intimate details through the ache of life's unraveling, ... more
by Karen WallaceAs you view this collection, give yourself the gift of being present in the moment with each piece. Allow yourself to hear the rhythm of the words and feel the energetic flow of the color and content in the paintings. Many who have viewed the paintings and read the poems have wept, laughed out loud, smiled with knowing and felt a connection “like being there before”. This work is an expression of the string theory of Quantum Creativity, the Universal One, the thread of energy that runs through u... more
by Anran LikenThis is a compilation of poetry. These mean a lot to me. For each one comes from my heart. I have cried, laughed, felt every emotion that you will feel in this book. Heartbreak, love, lose, passion, break-ups, we all have felt those at some points of our lives. Many may read and say ‘that is me that is how I felt’ or ‘is she talking about me at this moment?’ the answer is yes to both these questions. You are not alone. Emotions rule our life whether it is love, anger, passion, crying, laughing a... more
by Stephen HoltonStephen Holton is an Episcopal priest who lives and works in the Hudson Valley region of New York. One day during morning prayer, he found himself arranging words “like puzzle pieces” in the traditional syllabic structure of Japanese haiku. Creating these simple three-line poems turned into a daily ritual—Holton’s way of capturing and exploring momentary emotions, observations of nature and the world, and insights into faith and life. Friends and followers relish Holton’s haiku as they appea... more