“The Story of the Sun” shares the tale of our innocence, our disillusionment and then our renewed faith. It uses the sun as a metaphor to represent life and our journey through life, creating a parallel with our relationship to the Sun and the beauty of the Sun and our relationship to our higher self and a higher power. Using descriptions about nature and returning to the simplicity that we find in Nature, Logue creates a simple tale with a profound message, affirming our place on Earth and demanding our respect for Mother Earth and all that she offers her inhabitants.
“We all have a precious connection to Source that is expressed so easily when we live in the beauty of nature,” Logue affirms “Life can get very complicated and we can easily lose the simplicity and our joy in life. “The Story of the Sun” reminds us that no matter what our path or place in life, our connection to Source energy can remain strong and vibrant.”
Logue has a background in holistic medicine and she uses that knowledge to portray the simple principals that we need to develop a strong connection with Source and live our life with joy and the innocence of childhood. It is a refreshing outlook that speaks to a young audience and the older people that have sometimes lost the freshness of childhood.
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“The Story of the Sun”
By Anne Hunter Logue
ISBN: 9781504387682 (softcover) 9781504387699 (ebook)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
Anne spent 30 years as a legal secretary while raising her children. During that time, her only brother became ill with cancer and she became interested in finding ways to support his healing which led her to her interest in Reiki, Quantum Touch, Hypnosis, Neuro Linguistic Programming and Healing Touch. She has spent the last 15 years pursuing these interests and she maintains a holistic practice using these modalities in her home in Pennsylvania. She now lives in Perkasie, Pennsylvania with her husband and has two grown daughters, three grown step-kids and 9 grandchildren.