The Butterfly Ball by H. T. Manogue

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The Butterfly Ball is a story of transformation, and Hal Manogue masterfully weaves events that bring about resolution to painful situations in one way or another. He shows the importance of our perception and how by the way we look at things, we create our heaven or hell right here and now. This story does not sugar-coat life. It is filled with many of the dilemmas that are faced, and shows how the way we handle them can support us in building meaningful lives or condemn us to a life lived in fear.
Hal is a fabulous poet and has incorporated his poetic medium in descriptions that are memorable and instructive. His insights into life and the complexity each of us face are noteworthy. Most importantly, he shows in this work how in the end we are able to move beyond our own limitations and come into a dance with life as the butterflies do. The Butterfly Ball is a book that will change your view of events and give new understanding of the metaphorical meaning butterflies reflect, opening your eyes to seeing the clues that give your life meaning. By opening to appreciation for diversity in others as well as ourselves, we create an experience that makes life a wonderful and worthwhile journey

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Published September 21, 2012 by Shortsleeves/Hal Manogue. 246 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A novel that examines the mental cages of fear through three generations of one family.

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