I wanted to take a moment and share with all of you that I have published my first children's book entitled "The Day I Gave Mad Away". If you would like to purchase a copy, just click on the book cover on the home page of this blog website. I appreciate the purchase.
The reason this book is different than most, is that it offers something new, something that can actually transform anger, and as such, it is a self-help book in the truest sense of the word.
There are many interesting, creative and fun books out there in the world. The list is endless. However, what I felt the world needed was a book that could truly help children work with negativity in a different, transformative way.
When anger is expressed or suppressed, it does nothing to transform that negativity that lives within each and every one of us. The act of expressing or suppressing anger, believe it or not, actually strengthens the force of that negativity within us.
My book was published for the age group of 4 to 8. However, the message contained in it can help a person of any age, because wisdom isn't "age related."
To give a child an opportunity at a young age to work to understand that there is a way for the negative parts in them to be transformed, is worth, to me, more than any lottery money could ever provide, because as we all know, wherever we go, we take ourselves with us.
I want this book to be successful, but not because I want to be considered successful. I wish the message to reach far and wide because I know, for myself, how this wisdom has changed my life for the better.
As this world descends (and it will continue to do so), there will be more people reaching out for this information - because that's how it works. When the pain gets too much to bear, people consider things that they wouldn't have considered before. It's a shame it takes pain to reach a certain pitch for that to happen, but perhaps that's just built into the system of things.
Thank you for considering buying my book and perhaps sharing that it is available with your friends and family.
It has its own life and it will be fun to see where it goes...