Posts Tagged ‘human compassion’

Humanity Before Hegemony!

HUMANITY BEFORE HEGEMONY!   A simple excerpt that I feel speaks for the underlying message behind the story in MASKS OF MORALITY: Humanity has such incredible talent and abilities, such vast beauty within each of ourselves. If we only carry in our hearts the awareness of unity among individual forms, we could eliminate so much pointless…

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The Birth of My Book

THE BIRTH OF MY BOOK   This past Mother’s day, I reflected on how I never knew I’d be blessed with a child. In my past life, my identity seemed wrapped around fancy corporate titles—including VP of Marketing, Senior Competitive Marketing Analyst and Product Marketing Manager. I loved these titles! They gave me power. Respect.…

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Why I Write about Human Compassion and Morality

Share This: WHY I WRITE ABOUT HUMAN COMPASSION AND MORALITY   One might ask why my blog title does not mention politics. My cover design brands my debut novel as “a political twister.” And my answer is simple.  Although my book is political, it is not about politics.   MASKS OF MORALITY is  a story about family…

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