The Story of the Fox and White Rabbit (Not Your Ordinary Fable)

The Story of the Fox and White Rabbit (Not Your Ordinary Fable)

by Mateja Klaric

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BN ID: 2940154724453
Publisher: The Rabbit Is In
Publication date: 05/21/2017
Series: The Fox and White Rabbit
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Mateja started to write short stories at the age of ten and later became a freelance journalist, radio personality, whistleblower, and explorer of the inner worlds. In addition, she ran an advertising agency for eight years. Apart from that, Mateja's life resembles a roller coaster ride full of ups and downs and some pretty wild turns. Among other things, her car was destroyed by tanks and she survived several brushes with death as well as a complete destruction of her former way of life and career. She graduated in psychology from Arizona State University and is now a writer, photographer, and transformational guide. 

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The Story of the Fox and White Rabbit (Not Your Ordinary Fable) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mephisto8 More than 1 year ago
This is not your average, candy coated fairytale that has helped further the dumbing down of society, beginning with the most impressionable of ages, yet, a fantasy or fable that is appropriate for all ages. It is, in a sense, a revisit/ revival of historical tales that generally were much darker, magical, tragic and therefore filled with hard life lessons. Set in a wilderness where there is only a community of animals driven mostly by their nature it is hard not to compare their "instinct" to the self preserving, self righteous and hateful behavior, humans exhibit, which invite pain and to avoid pain. Whether passive, following logic or "the light" or aggressive, volatile, and walking the path of "evil", damage attracts damage, hope attracts hope, the darkness attracts the light and vice versa, because both are used to achieve the same needs. Where, or what is Home? Home is where one belongs; a metaphorical magnet connecting hearts and souls, infinitely entwined.