After suffering a sky diving accident Maria Antonieta Osornio Ramirez (Tony) becomes paraplegic. In this autobiography, she depicts her soulful concerns and walks hand in hand with the reader through her dark world, with the intense suffering that burdens her and plunges her into the deepest desolation. Her pain can only absorb light, strength and color insofar as she finds an inner answer. A call to all humanity, Jumping into Love of Life makes the most perturbing revelations.
María Antonieta Osornio Ramírez jumps from death to life through a deluge of love, in a process that fills her with light. With the same fearlessness of her youth, when she would jump out into the void in a parachute, seeking total contact, the sublime intensity of the unreachable, contact with her most exciting and powerful emotions, she jumps today into life, in search of those experiences had only by those who, like herself, dare to give all of themselves.
Reading Tony is like reading in our own book of frustrations; it is every person´s search for self, that deep wish we all have to jump into life, achieve and find out we can and that what we really are is the greatest of all secrets and revelations, because “we are simply love.”
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About the Author
Maria Antonieta Osornio Ramirez was born on July 10 1954 in San Juan del Rio, Queretaro, Mexico. In San Juan she studied for secretary. She then got married and became a military sky diver obtaining a sub-leutenant degree. Since 1992 she studied an intensive Human Development course with Dr. Marcela Musi. She is currently member of Eric Fromm's Humanistic School. Along with Martha Diaz de Babb she founded the Humanist Foundation for Handicap People (1997) and Cautive Attention (Telemarketing to help handicapped). She has one son, one daughter and three grandchildren.