Simple Treasures

Finding Insight and Inspiration in Story and Rhyme

Simple Treasures

Finding Insight and Inspiration in Story and Rhyme

Wise Woman Collection – Simple Treasures

Finding Insight and Inspiration in Story and Rhyme

 

Where Do You Find Personal Insight and Inspiration?

Wisdom presented in the form of stories and rhyme has endured in our culture from decades and centuries past, providing insight into the human condition, and a safe place in which to explore our human emotions. It is no accident that inspirational information is widely available in our society.  Words of encouragement can be obtained instantly on a computer or cell phone, as people seek some sort of meaning in their lives. A simple rhyme, a short story, or an inspiring quotation can bring laughter or a smile, provide fresh perspective, reinvigorate the frustrated, encourage the downtrodden, admonish the mischievous or provide solace to the grieving. Another important aspect of the simple messages is laughter. A humorous poem or story at an opportune time can lighten a somber mood, cause tearful laughter in times of distress or add to the frivolity of a gathering. We hope you will enjoy the Simple Treasures we have discovered!

Marion Witte is an author, public speaker and Certified Public Accountant, with a life-long career of managing and owning business ventures. She founded and manages the Angel Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to supporting positive parenting and youth empowerment. She is also the Editor in Chief of the Next Generation Parenting.org and Brave New Leaders.org websites. Ms. Witte’s memoir – Little Madhouse on the Prairie  – relays the story of her childhood in hopes of opening readers’ eyes to the long-term effects of negative childhood experiences. Marion resides in Ventura, California, where she pursues her writing, philanthropic and business activities.

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