David Gibbons Interview

Letters from 500

This trilogy of books through which I have seen clearly a man’s journey, brought me to a windswept shore where together we shared moments of realization. In this octave of life through which we travel, those shared moments on that blustery shore resulted in one heart and infinite connection. To know that you know the secrets of this cosmic creation is as sublime as the exquisite chalice from which we both sipped the fruits of our oneness. These books tell of great times written from afar and yet unknowingly so near. The author has a thirst for truly exploring among the layers of strata from which our legacy is stored. The book and its characters feel and yearn for our surrender, in seeing the now from this actual moment and yet also from 500 years ahead. This intrigued me during our ensuing moments of blending and shaping together in dialogue; moments that would manifest those endless opportunities that we harness today so that in 500 years time the very characters in this book will say “they made the dream come true.” To read these books is indeed to find one’s own infinite potential.

David William Gibbons – broadcaster, historian, and writer.

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1 Comment

  1. Wonderful interview. Although I completely disagree with the take on activists being wonderful. Activists in our mists are mostly a desperate reaction to the dying ego. Attention seekers stuck in the matrix of us against “them”. I have yet to meet an activist on any issue that had any grasp both sides of an issue, yet alone a curiosity about what they see as an opposing point of view. We are truly in an age where the fascists are calling themselves the anti-fascists.

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