Fulton Books author ZA! Rhena Richards has completed her most recent book, "I Will Go with You": a stirring look back at the author's life and examination of the moments that brought her to her newly discovered path in life.
"Beloved, what if we say these things/those things now—that were in the house are the things I never talk about," writes Richards. "But what if we could say them with encouragement, true love, noncoincidences, and peace as our company and gain, if anything, strength from one another from these/those situations? And then we can move on and grow, somehow into something/someone. I will go; will you? This is my purpose.
"I would like to mention the Vehicular Movement, called time hasn't changed, but it can change us and change things. But who really wants control of that? Time hasn't changed. Time knows exactly who … it is. It is still driving us and monitoring us, and it tries and tricks us into thinking we are watching 'the clock.' But we are not hearing 'the clock.' But take a minute; hear it tick, tock, tick, tock. What are you doing now? It asks us. And right in the middle of the tick and the tock is another moment in time, quiet, and in control; there is always that pause—the halt. Can you hear that? It's there, no matter what, no matter how fast the clock speeds up."
Published by Fulton Books, ZA! Rhena Richards' irreverent story is a beautiful tale of hope and encouragement as she speaks with her young self at different ages and offers words of praise and comfort at times when she needed to hear them most.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "I Will Go with You" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: ZA! Rhena Richards' New Book 'I Will Go with You' is a touching and deeply personal memoir in which the author speaks to her younger selves to comfort them