Interview with Trina Paulus, Author of Hope for the Flowers

March 16, 2012

At a time in my life when I felt little hope for the future, this book made me realize that it’s OK to go your own path. Like a caterpillar, it’s fine to go through many years in a cocoon while everyone else is climbing and clawing their way to the top of the same path—even though no one really knows where that path leads. And for those brave folks who are willing to enter the cocoon, and contemplate their own path, they can turn into a beautiful butterfly, and fly to the top of their own path, bypassing all the competitive climbers.

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