While her original Unity separates and begins to examine its various parts, and discover conflict among them, the parts themselves, which speak on their own, begin to see how they are a part of each other, defining each other, providing meaning for each other, that they work with one another- resulting in partnership, rather than opposition.
“It took me over thirty years to shape the ‘macro’ view point depicted in the book,” author Catherine Klinger said during a recent interview with Pacific Book Review.
“I wrote the first chapter when I was a young artist trying to escape from conformist society by living in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere. The quiet of the forest continues to influence my perspective of society’s values.”
When asked how she feels the form of verse, rather than prose, contributes to the meaningful conveying of this story she replied, “Works of art spring from the collective unconscious.”
The author is passionate about the complementary nature of commonalities and differences. Excerpts on the paradoxical relationship between unity and diversity are available at www.silenceuttered.com.
A reading of the first chapter can be viewed on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/
The author is donating 100% of net profits from this book to water.org--an organization founded by Gary White and Matt Damon to fund clean water projects around the world. $5.00 of every paperback and $1.50 of every eBook directly benefits this organization.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: An advocate of spiritual leadership, Dr. Klinger currently serves on the faculty of a university in Florida. She lives in West Palm Beach with her husband, Ron.
Title: Silence Uttered: A Tale of Unity
Author: Catherine Klinger
Publisher: Secrets-of-Life Publishing
Pages: 88, Paperback