This book is a narrative and expression of Hine’s life experiences. Some of it is dark, but the underlying message is peace and hope.
Nancy Hine was born in South Africa, but moved back to England when she was very young. She lived in the Middle East and Australia for a while and was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy when she was 21 years old. She has a past history of a mental illness including psychosis and depression, which started when she was 19 and travelling in Australia. She spent some time in psychiatric hospitals in Australia and England.
This book is a narrative and expression of her life experiences, with the underlying message of peace and hope. Below is an extract of the book, a poem called ‘Peace’.
Is a glassy rainbow
I feel it in my heart
We are warming
Thanking you the Children of tomorrow
Thanking the ancient Mother
Who whispers Love into their hearts
The angel ancient mother we are all inside
Talking deeply into the canyons of love
We have for being
Only to play, bearing pain for one another
We are quietly wed with our lovers inside
Of the dancing rain
Breaking waves of kindness
To all that bleed with rivers in their eyes
All looking not to fear
The restful or the fiery inside
The smallest grace
To feel the morning fears
Upon the Sleeves of ours
Everywhere, where there are tiniest seeds
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