What an honor it is for me to have on my blog author, Chariss K. Walker! She is a very gifted write, which I can attest to having personally read five of her books. Let’s dive into the interview:
Welcome Chariss! You have written seven nonfiction books on personal growth for the body, mind, and spirit; could you give a synopsis of what got you onto the personal/spiritual growth path?
When did you begin writing and why did you choose to become an author?
How does your education and experiences with metaphysics contribute to your role as an author?
The majority of authors write either fiction or nonfiction; however, you choose to write in both genes, why?
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She has a scientific and above very empathic approach to the topic as she claims to be an introvert herself which I find fascinating and admiring as well. The story begins with an unremarkable suitcase full of books. What’s it all about I will reveal you now.
About a year ago, I began to find genuine interest in spiritual knowledge and learning, and its value and many applications outside of formal education and studies. I began researching philosophers and reading their works regarding spiritualism, new ways of thinking and perceiving things, as well as how our lives as human work in conjunction with the universe around us. I find this kind of thinking, and discovering some of the infinite wealth of knowledge around me, to be both personal and liberating.
The book is divided into seven parts. The book focuses spiritual growth and it is a manual for building a Spirit-filled life in a world where perfection can only be found in God’s loving vision. Ortberg helps us gauge your spiritual health and measure the gap between where you are now and where God intends you to be. As the author emphasizes on
Personal growth is an important process for clinicians as well as clients. Tell us about an appropriate critical incident in your life and how you believe it has contributed to your personal growth and maturity. Describe any personal challenges you might face and how might you address those challenges.
After countless letters and complaints were sent from both parents and students, failure for the Hamilton County School District to respond to the allegations, resulted in a fatal school bus crash on Monday, Nov. 21.
By employing themes such as psychosexual fantasies, race, gender, and violence, artist Kara Walker reconstructs and explores the history and effects of American slavery on American culture. Although being called names like notorious, revolting, anti-progressive, and shameless, she continues to be a pioneer of bringing the unspeakable aspects of American slavery that are not commonly discussed and are left out of the history books to the foreground of public discussion.
Reporter: I am here with a one particular young woman that has sparked interest in my eyes for many months. She works as a news writer for the New York Daily Tribune, that’s how I was able to find out about her story. Her story was so fascinating I have decided to call her in so she can share it with you all. Her name is Abigail Pilot.
Contradictions, in reference to cultures and their ideological formations, are the differences between hegemonic ideas presented by the dominant group(s) and the reality of what occurs in society. During the era of slavery in United States history, contradictions about slavery abounded, which lead writers like David Walker to highlight them in order to bring about social change. Walker, in his Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World, writes to an audience of black slaves in an attempt to restructure society through black solidarity, and proposes quick action, as he believed that the expansion of cotton-farming onto newly-acquired Native American land would further entrench slavery as an American institution.
Alice Walker is a very well-known and well respected author, she worked as a teacher, social worker, and lecturer, and took part in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. Alice Walker’s life greatly impacted her monumental writing style, many of her stories have a young female character who is learning and maturing through different experiences such as the concept of death. Taking part in the Civil Rights Movement shows her bravery and that she will fight for what is right under all costs. This shows in her writing because her protagonists and usually very brave and strong through difficult times. Two famous short stories of Alice Walker are “The Flowers” and “To Hell with Dying”, although these stories have developed different
Me sitting down being able to write expository tales as a kid never came naturally to me and when I did I was always told that it wasn’t good enough. I’ve never practiced prolific writing, the only time I ever wrote was if it was when I was assessed for a grade. Writing never captured my attention, then, I was more interested in video games and cartoons. But now things are different you have to be able to write at a certain level to be able to have certain opportunities in life.
RJ Walker spent several years working on an ambulance and during his time he came across several situations where he encountered people that he felt needed their story told but was bound by laws to not reveal their identity. Since he was a Spoken work artist, he made the decision to turn their story into what I fee is a lyrical masterpiece. Before reading this I ask a few things, first you read this with an open mind, it is a little graphic. Second please read it 3 times before passing judgment, try to take in what the RJ Walker is trying to say and try to understand his pain when writing this.
Have you ever heard of or wonder whom the activist and author Alice Walker is? Alice Malsenior Walker was born in 1944, in Eatonton, Georgia. She is the youngest of eight children and her parents were sharecroppers. Walker lost the sight in her right eye when she was eight due to her brother having shot her eye with a BB gun. Even though she lost the sight in her eye it never stopped her, Walker published over 30 books, including novels and short stories, poetry, non-fiction books, and essays. Walker was also selected for many awards and honors, but the most notable one is the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for her novel The Color Purple. While Walker is well known for her works in literature she is also known for being an activist. Walker’s early family life and the people she met played an important role in her becoming an activist.
last Tuesday I finished your inspiring novel “Instinct; The power to Unleash Your Inborn Drive”, and I have to say it’s one of the most fascinating books I’ve ever laid hands on. This novel clearly defines you and your purpose as an educator and a faith leader in our society. The way you deliver your messages are so powerful; I often felt as if I was sitting front row, on a Sunday morning, listening to you preach just the words I needed to hear. You provided me with advice that reshaped my thinking and redirected me to a path to live a more fulfilling life from now on. I do believe your novel makes readers look in the mirror and find the innate abilities God has given us and encourage us to show them off to the world. You