If you could see without blinders, would the world look different?
Thorns hurt, but they come with roses. Strings can tie down, but they keep kites up. People can look different, but their hearts beat more like ours than we’ll ever know. The trouble is, all of us wear blinders that make it hard to see what’s really true.
Life Without Blinders Is Beautifulis an inspiring, thought-provoking invitation to step out of the darkness and discover the abundant beauty hidden in this crazy, messy, wonderful world. Each spread features one of over thirty stirring questions accompanied by an image covered with a die-cut blinders window. Flip over the blinders window, and you’ll see what’s really true: Stormclouds are a chance to dance in the rain. Ashes lead to new birth. Strangers can be friends. Kindness comes from unlikely sources. And life can be more beautiful than you ever imagined.
Even the jacket is a blinders page that can be removed.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
David Miles makes books for a living. He also reads books, writes books, sells books, shelves books, thinks about books, drives to books, sleeps to books, and cooks from books, but he doesn't eat books (which is fortunate). He is the author of Book and has illustrated multiple series including the Slide-N-Seek novelty books and the Let's Count regional board books. David graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in business management. He and his wife and son live in California where they enjoy lots of tacos, donuts, and, well . . . books.