“I’ll call for pen and ink
and write my mind.”

William Shakespeare

Thoughts and tales become tangible concrete publications that have the power to change hearts, minds, and the world.

Journeys with a
Tin Can Pilgrim

Lynda Rozell

Type: Thoughts

Live Life Fully and Change Your Circumstances

“Life on the road makes you more fully alive as you are closer to nature, able to see and absorb the beauty of His Creation. You realize that you have that same spirit within you that breathed life into this world.

Whatever the means that opens your eyes, as you see more clearly, you find Him. Trusting Him leads to detachment from things and activities that may be obstacles to a closer relationship. As you detach, you find peace and the promise of joy. As His children, we are all heirs to that joy.”


The Parable of the Dog and the Peacock

The Parable of the Dog and the Peacock

Loveleen Rihel Brenna

Type: Thought

How Top Organizations Create Unity, Inclusion, and a Culture of Diversity

The wisdom of humankind is here to help the world. Once upon a time we only searched for the solutions necessary to heal societies where they hurt most. But now we know the answers. Now we have proven approaches to creating unity and a blueprint for bringing people together.
In this book, you will learn how to…

  • Achieve organizational community
  • Build best business practices with diversity
  • Create a mindset of inclusivity

The message of this book is to create a movement/become the movement we all need to get behind.

The Parable of the Dog and the Peacock

At Dawn the Simorgh Appears

by K.A. Lillehei

Type: Tale

A stone cell, pitch black, cold and dusty. Two women struggle to escape not knowing who took them nor why. While exploring an ancient Persian archeological site, Anna and Farah were taken by a gang of renegades, thrown in a truck and driven for hours into the mountainous high desert. Held captive for days awaiting the arrival of the gang leader, they share their fears, but also memories of childhood and families, joys and sorrows.

Using their wits and courage, will they be able to escape? For all their external differences, Anna and Farah discover a bond – commonalities, shared ideologies and beliefs. Superficially they are as different as night and day. Sisters beyond time, language, culture and religion. Like modern-day Scheherazade’s, through their stories the women discover a universe where their outer worlds divide, but their inner worlds connect.

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