Living Without Fear
August 17, 2005
The fourth book of the series continues the learning of Zito, a Brazilian Indian boy, that he receives from his grandfather, Chief of the Dadu tribe. This time, the wise grandfather teaches about the need to live a life without fear. Through our need to grasp at everything around us---whether it be the air that we breathe, the food that we eat, the water that we drink, the material resources that keep us safe---we live in constant fear of loss. This leads to insurmountable pressure and unhappiness that we carry with us throughout our lives. When we can see through this state of fear, we learn to overcome it. Our lives are then changed from that moment on, and we learn to live a life without fear. All the books in this series, including this one, are written in a melodic and poetic style, with words carefully chosen for "children" of all ages. Publisher's Note: Rhythmically poetic, deeply inspirational, grounded in the present moment---these are just a few traits that the young author Lena brings to this Primordia series of books written for children of all age, including of course our children adults. Through the use of words and a brush, Lena has painted the world from her personal vantage point and in so doing has broken the world down into simple structures and symbols that hopefully can be understood and enjoyed by all. May this book and its companion series bring to you and your family a message of life-changing hope, renewal and inspiration. May it also provide a timeless guide towards attaining natural healing, living and balance.
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