This book is a gift for those courageously seeking wholeness underneath the brokenness. As hard as it may seem and very well may be, there is joy in unburdening—joy in overcoming. Find the joy. In finding the joy, you will access an expansion of yourself that frees you from feeling cast down. The darkness wants you to feel cast down. Some people are confounded by your individual capabilities because of not seeing past the brokenness in your life. If they could see past the brokenness, they would recognize that you are manifesting the experiences offered by the wholeness that was already there as Divine Intelligence, which is also within them.
Healing is a sacred space. It needs to be treated with gentleness, respect, and quiet. It comes from The Divine.
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Experience the empowerment of soul-stirring poetry from the novel. Deeply moving performances by two awe-inspiring spoken word artist from Black on Black Rhyme and the Author. All poems are written by Marlo and recorded to original music composed by her and George Kelly co-owner of Sound Resort Studios.
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Thank you for your interest in “Branches From The Same Tree Whether Broken Or Reaching.” In reading this book, my aim is for you to experience the comfort of healing and its sacredness. To know that there is wholeness underneath brokenness. I am inviting you to go on an odyssey, a self-reflective journey from a place of wholeness back to places of brokenness and the lessons that were taught.
Marlo E. Ettien has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Chatham University. As a Wiley Author, her work appears in the 2006 Pfeiffer Annual: Training as “Narcissistic Managers: An Impediment to Organizational Development.” She has another work; “Culture of Deception” online at American Chronicle that was published in 2009. www.americanchronicle.com (click on authors, then Ettien).
The "Culture of Deception" article has been used in a Media Ethics class by Dr. Karen Dajani at Chatham University and shared with other university professors. A reference for this article, a psychologist and executive business coach, Dr. Rick Keller, has shared the article with his colleagues.