Into the Waves: Poems and Other Writings
First colour edition. Readable, thought-provoking, inspirational. "A window onto our search for meaning." Poems, an aboriginal origins parable and essays on Universal Laws. Beverly Diana Blanchard is an Ojibway First Nation from Northern Ontario. A former Public Servant, she has been a consultant to First Nation and Inuit organizations on a variety of issues. She holds a degree in Economics from Laurentian University. Using the wisdom of Indigenous tribal cultures and ancient spiritual traditions as the foundation of her writing and workshops, she focuses on enabling people to explore, enjoy and embrace life. Beverly is a writer and personal development coach based in Sault Ste. Marie and Ottawa, Canada.
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Incredible! Wise and beautiful poetry and storytelling. Beverly captures the heart and soul of the meaning of our lives on Earth. The Truth is the Truth! Beautifully Put!
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