“Tell me again Kendi how the little tulips bounce in the field while they make Happy Necklaces. How can a necklace make you happy?” “The necklaces themselves don't make one happy, they are reminders of all of the reasons a breza—or any ...
Author: Gindy Farmer
Publisher: Balboa Press
Asha is a young breza trying to figure out the world in which he lives. At first, Ashas world revolves around him, his needs, and his wants. His world is perfect, until his little brother comes. Asha must now learn about sharing his world with the new little nuisance that has come into his life. When he meets Raimi, quite unexpectedly, he joins her on an exciting, magical journey through the world of being in a different level of awareness. She shows him, in her unworldly way, his tree and the history of choices he has made. He learns about his choices and how his choices have affected others, in positive and negative ways. He thinks he has it all figured out until Rudo, who had once been his friend, turns on him in an unimaginable way. He must deal with the feelings of unworthiness and hate he feels when Rudo makes fun of and bullies him. When an emergency situation arises, Asha responds in a way that surprises him, as well as those close to him in the herd. He learns about the power of love and that it wins out over fear and hate every time.