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Four Riddles
That Led Me
To Write This Book

 Many want to view the world as a place defined by oppressors and oppressed. That's pretty bleak and negative. That's only one story.


A very different story is available to us. We can also believe the key relationship is actually something like lover and beloved. Or something more familiar - as in family member to family member. Or for that matter, inquirer and mystery. What if the model relationship we used for public policy, for example, wasn't one of war, slavery, or even economic contract and exchange, but marriage?


To do this, I think we need to have a better understanding of how technology, language, fiction and media work us over completely. We need to find a place for the divinity of our daughters in our hearts and minds. That means a spiritual overhaul - a new addition to the divine family, something that has been with us since the beginning. 

But what does it mean to symbolically honour our relationships to children, especially to our daughters? What kind of spiritual puzzle is holding us back? What important stories do we share about the relationships between father and daughter, or brother and sister, that could give us clues to a better way of living in the world?

Do You Like Riddles?
I found four riddles that changed the way I look at almost everything. This book explores the answers to these four riddles. But here's the funny thing - for each riddle, I found TWO answers. 
You might say the answers show a light side and a shadow side for each one. I see these riddles come up in who people believe they are, where we find meaning, how people act, and why we pursue the goals that we do.
Maybe you will find different answers to these riddles. I hope you get a chance to try them out. Ready to follow along?
What do you call it when you do the same thing over and over again and expect different results each time?
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