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"Eileen Rockefeller has always sought the true, the real, the authentic. To read her beautiful book is to join her in a journey toward your own truth, your own real self, your own authenticity."
—TIMOTHY SHRIVER, Chairman and CEO, Special Olympics
"I found it completely absorbing."
—CINDY FRANKLIN, life coach
"a page turner…it made me realize that I need to examine whether lack of attention has been confused with lack of love."
—SOL AND DIANE PELAVIN
Pres. and Exec. V. P., American Institutes for Research
"A transcendent message, all the more powerful for being implicit, is that even for a person born to the extraordinary world of Rockefeller, the world of self is of paramount importance."
—HENRY WEIL, MD
Professor of Clinical Medicine
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University
"reaffirmed my commitment to listening to and remembering my own life….as a doorway from the unconscious and for God to speak… through symbols."
—KATHY WONSON EDDY, Pastor/composer
January 27, 2015
The mind is a curious thing. It can be both literal and figurative. The other night I saw the Broadway hit, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, with Alex Sharp starring … Continue reading