Throughout the ages, all over the world, stories have been used to inspire, to guide and to awaken humanity in our quest to rediscover our divinity and to answer the prime question: Who am I? In a style akin to Kahil Gibran, “Silent Ripples” is a collection of 39 parables to remind the reader of our absolute, unchanging divine Self. Greatly inspired by “A Course in Miracles,” the Tarot, Vedanta, and years of being a Waldorf teacher, these stories emerged.
"Janaka, poet, artist, author, offers a collection of original parables written while traveling in Australia, Asia, and the United States. They are an archetypal landscape floating before us as we read; our attention drawn to this or that, each person, each time, differently. This is a Dreaming meant to represent the qualities Soul must find if it is ever to re-awaken to itself. Parables traditionally seem to be a special kind of writing; we have to retain ourselves to read them. It is like reading poetry or somewhere in between." --Barnes and Noble customer