The author shares a journal of spiritual insight and revelation with readers. It reads like a kind of “notes to oneself” while on the road of the spiritual journey. The theme of some of these notes are thankfulness, hope, gratitude, creating, healing, oneness, acceptance, and numerous others.
Hillis shares a wide range of things to be grateful and thankful for, many I hadn’t thought of before. For instance, he shares, “As time goes on we tend to forget about our ancestors and elders who put forth the work to bring us where we are today.”
These are raw insights, sometimes simple and straightforward, and sometimes complex and poetic, that can be used as a daily reader for inspiration and contemplation. I enjoyed reading it and recommend it.
Hillis, Thank you. This is very nice and very thoughtful. The heart of a Poet. – Carol Garnett
Excellent definition of courage. I love the identification of will and the differentiation of courage from will. Also, the use of intuition and instinct is the true mark of a warrior. The very nature of trusting yourself is the very mark of being a warrior!!! Thanks for this Hillis, you have really inspired me. – Janice Johnson
I swear you have esp. I’m sending this to a co-worker who lost her dad. May lift her spirits. – Harry Tyner
Nice! Love the simplicity Hillis offers in this book. It all starts with gratitude. Thanks for the reminder!
We believe that Hillis’ writing are going to add a nice and gentle touch to our mix of materials. With his Thank You Thursdays, Hillis will help is remember all the things to be grateful for in life. – Spirit Library