WITH GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATION,
I THANK THE PATREON MEMBERS and
SUPPORTIVE AUTHORS FOR THEIR
COLLABORATION, and EXPANDED GENEROSITY!
Thank you for giving to this platform your practical support, besides your healing and wise words.
Your support is an important component to the life of this meaningful work.
Thank you again! - Valeria
M E E T T H E A U T H O R S / P A T R O N S
Author, Minister, Therapist, Photographer, Father, Grandfather
Joined on: March 20, 2019
“As a Minister and Therapist, I have seen so many individuals, families, communities, agencies and churches struggle with Emotional Instability/Distress, Relational Distress and Addictions. The calling that guides me, is to serve people no matter where they are or are at. Through that calling, I have been able to work in Institutions, hospitals, community centers, native villages and reservations, schools and in front rooms/kitchens. It is a joy for me to serve others and it is what we are called to do.”
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Author, Marine Pilot, Lawyer, College Professor, College president, Bank President, Consultant, Father and Grandfather.
Joined on: March 20, 2019
“If I act in love because I am grateful for and appreciative of the object loved, then my heart is pure. My act can not be a quid pro quo. My motives to act in love are honest. My relationships with people are true and that is my understanding of the beginning of Paradise. I believe my acts of love toward my God and my fellow travelers reflect compliance with the spirit of Scripture. Now the words of Love from First Corinthians no longer condemn but peal forth from the Bible like the sound of bells from a carillon. Love can never fail when the heart is grateful for and appreciative of the object loved.
I am grateful that you are reading these messages and encouraging me to write these words. Now you know I can say with a pure heart . . . I love you . . . no strings attached.”
A Cry From the Heart gives readers a unique and powerful perspective on the origins of strife in the world and its relationship to our ability to think critically. Our ability to perceive our beliefs and discern facts, and to know the difference between the two, constitutes each of our personal world-views, the paradigms through which we interpret the world. Colored by mindsets about the nature of truth which we inherit from past generations, our paradigms can get muddled and confused, leading to misunderstanding, dogma, and strife. Nowhere is this muddle and strife more evident than in organized religions, whose leaders cannot resolve their own logical dogmas about God. Lawrence has written a book that presents concrete ideas on how we can regain our balance, as a world, to find harmony, peace, and our human compassion. A Cry From the Heart is a clarion call to everyone who is tired of miscommunication, strife, doctrine, and spin-doctors.
TERRY ERLE CLAYTON
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Writer, Psychologist and Educator.
Joined on: May 11, 2019
"We live in an angry society, an angry world. It's easy to let anger become a habit. And then it becomes an addiction that delivers a powerful rush of hormones that are hard to resist. Over time, chronic anger will poison your body, your mind, and your relationships with other people and the world around you."
A writer, psychologist and educator, Terry is from Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, now based in Udon Thani in Northeastern Thailand where he lives with a very entrepreneurial wife and three dogs. Terry has a Master of Science degree in cognitive psychology from Rutgers University and is a certified Cognitive Behavior Therapist. His current research and writing interests include anger management, productive aging. language learning, and the psychology of writing.
In Free Yourself from Anger, psychologist Terry Erle Clayton will show you how anger causes real, physical damage to your body and mind and offers four simple, easy-to-learn techniques for getting an immediate handle on anger and eventually eliminating it from your life. Anger is a great burden. You don't realize how heavy that burden is until you break the addiction. Free of your anger, you will feel lighter, stronger, and more open to the world around you.
Podcast Song “Almost August” by Dan Lebowitz
Official Launch Date:
JUNE 12, 2019
Note: Some ideas, thoughts, advice, or insights from this podcast might be quoted in my new book,