Father Santos’s Lessons

With the publication of Weed Therapy I begin something I have never tried before.  It’s fiction, but with a message.  There’s no denying that the story derives from personal experience.  But my hope is that my personal experience as it translates into the story that became Weed Therapy creates the opportunity for a larger conversation, an opportunity for my readers to recognize that there is a better way, a means to better, deeper relationships.

As I count them there are a dozen or so lessons that Father Santos imparts on Kelvin Rockwell in Weed Therapy.  Over the next few months, I’ll be posting a further exploration of those lessons and, hopefully, creating a conversation about the ideas.  The posts will originate at my blog, but I will link to them here.  I invite you to share your thoughts.  Your own personal experiences that relate to the ideas.  Where I may have got it wrong.  Or right.  Or somewhere in between.

Speak From Your Heart

The Title Lesson

A Painting Lesson

Open Your Heart to See the World

To God or Not

Are You Happy?



About kingmidget

About the name. I was the youngest of four. Until I got to kindergarten, I didn't have much to say. All I had to do to get what I wanted was to point, and a sibling, or loving parent, would fulfill my request. As a result, my father coined the nickname -- King Midget. At least that's the way the story goes. I am a father, husband, friend, and lover, writer, runner, pizza maker, baker, and many other things. What I am not is my occupation. It is my job that pays the bills and provides for my family. But, it does not define me.
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