"Wholeness—don't leave home without it."
A couple of astute characters took that advice as they wandered about, wondering about wholeness.
About Wholeness is full of meaning, yet entertaining—deep, but quite a "trip!"
About the author
Darrell Moneyhon is a fifty-nine year old retired prison counselor with an education in psychology and philosophy. He wants to help himself and others get "paroled" from the "prison of partness," free to roam the streets and avenues of wholeness. His first book, Allsville Emerging, aspired to do that on a collective level by blueprinting a model community with an optimal, spiritually liberating, culture. About Wholeness focuses more on individual ways to be whole.
Darrell and his wife, Becky, have been married forty years now and are blessed with two adult sons, Adam and John. The four of them recently enjoyed a vacation in California, where they realized the dream of seeing the giant Sequoia trees. In a way this book parallels those majestic beauties. We all have access to something much "bigger" than we think. Our potential for wholeness is a Sequoia within.
Layman Pascal is a theologian, spiritual writer, and meditation instructor living in the Pacific Northwest. He no longer is that little boy in the picture. Or/& is he?
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